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High Water Brewing
17 ratings
High Water Brewing
United States


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Post author: chigui
chigui
@ Dos Robles
1 year ago
2.0

Post author: Mr X
Mr X
3 years ago
3.6
Definitely has a s’more taste to it. You get marshmallow, graham cracker, chocolate. Also has a molasses taste to it. This would be a good dessert beer. Definitely on the sweet side. Not one to pound but good none the less

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
3 years ago
4.0
A nice s'mores stout. Probably the best non-barrel aged version I've had so far. 4/5

Post author: Matt P
Matt P
4 years ago
3.5
Fairly nice smore-type stout. Graham cracker comes out and seems like some smokey marshmallow.

Post author: Matt P
Matt P
4 years ago
3.0
Pretty solid coffee imperial porter. The first aroma and taste is of course coffee. The second smell and taste i get is the alcohol, which isnt hidden as well as i would like. Glad i gave it a try but wouldn't purchase again. One bomber is enough for me.

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
@ Horrock's Tavern
4 years ago
4.0
Tasty s'mores stout. 4/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
4.0
22 oz. bomber. Aroma has s'mores. The marshmallow, chocolate and graham cracker are all there. Ok, this is pretty good. Taste has graham cracker and marshmallow up front. Chocolate shows up next to complete the package. For only being 6.5% abv, the body is pretty decent. Not thick and rich, but not light. A nice comfortable middle. Moderate carbonation. This is good and I think I'll grab another one or two of these. Light enough to enjoy a few if you choose to, but still quite flavorful. Not the best s'mores stout I've had (that title goes to Dragon's Milk S'mores), but this is definitely the second best one I've had. Can't quite give it a 4/5, but a high 3.75/5. After finishing the bottle, 4/5

Post author: Sirdubby
Sirdubby
4 years ago
4.0
I'm getting coffee in the aroma. Good start. Coffee hits first in the taste, as expected. It's definitely a porter, as the mouthfeel is lighter than a stout would be. I'm also getting some chocolate and lactose as well. Drinks like a milk stout. Kinda has a smokiness to it. Not a 'run out and buy this' beer, but a very well made coffee imperial porter. Medium body with an appropriately lower carbonation for the style. 4/5