Sunday, January 20, 2008

Beer Review: Old Viscosity

Laura says: Subtle aroma with a whiff of wet cereal. Thick and creamy mouthfeel. Very deep and dark. Tastes of burnt coffee and licorice. Very powerful, I can feel the alcohol (which, by the way, is 10%). Soggy, slightly musty aftertaste. I feel like I would like this beer if only the alcohol wasn't so overpowering. 3.8

Russ says:Dark and glugs out of the bottle, probably a lot like real motor oil. Sweet malty aroma. Has a nice medium/heavy body, worthy of the name. For me, it had a bitter first taste that eventually mellows out exposing coffee and caramel flavors, also a heavy dose of molasses. The high ABV and strong alcohol flavor make this a hard one to drink. 3.5

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