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Too Cream Stout 7.5%, Dark Horse Brewing Company, United States
8 ratings
3.4
Too Cream Stout
7.5% Milk Stout / Sweet Stout

Reviews

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
2 years ago
4.3
Side by side review with 2016 and 2018 vintages. I was going to wait until I had a bottle from a future release, but it doesn't seem like it'll be released again any time soon. 2016: Chocolate and roasted malts in the aroma, along with a sweetness I can't quite put my finger on. Taste has roasted malts first, followed by chocolate and a cream-like flavor. Lingering roasty aftertaste. The body is medium-full with an appropriately low amount of carbonation and a smooth mouthfeel. 2018: Chocolate and roasted malts just like in the 2016, but the sweetness isn't as strong. Taste has chocolate right up front, followed by cream and roasted malts coming through together in the mid-palate. Roasty aftertaste as well, with a little bit of chocolate also coming through. The body is medium-full with a smooth mouthfeel and low carbonation. Unlike the last time, where I enjoyed the 2016 more, this time I prefer the 2018. The 2 or so extra years in the cellar must have been too much for the older bottle. I love the chocolate notes that are much more prominent in the 2018. 2016: Solid 4/5 2018: 4.25/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
3.8

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
4.0
Side by side review with 2016 and 2018. 2016 (2-22-16): Roasted malts and chocolate in the aroma. More chocolate than in the 2018 version. Smell is a bit sweeter. Taste has vanilla, chocolate and roasted malts. 2018 (10-27-18): Roasted malts and chocolate in the aroma. A smokier, roasty aroma compared to the 2016. Taste has roasted malts, vanilla and a touch of chocolate, but not much at all. A bit smoky. Both have a medium-full body with a medium-low carbonation. This is a prime candidate for aging. The 2016 is drinking much better than the 2018, so I will continue to age this beer to see what develops from here. The chocolate that has developed is tasty and adds a nice subtle sweetness to an already great beer. Both are tasty, but the 2016 is better. 4/5

Post author: Scott Johnson
Scott Johnson
5 years ago
3.5

Post author: Remi C
Remi C
@ La crafterie
5 years ago
Too Cream Stout, United States
4.0

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
5 years ago
4.0

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
5 years ago
3.5

Post author: veltto62
veltto62
6 years ago
3.5