Purchased at: Traded for it
What makes this beer different: One of the coolest beer labels ever.
Will I be drinking this again: I must try another one, you will see why below.
12/13/2010: I have about 10 beer photos edited to update for the site. I just need to stop being lazy and type up some posts. Still drinking about 3 new beers a week, just haven’t had time to update. I plan on getting a few this week for sure though, so stay tuned.
The nose was.. a bit cherryish (oh no), and some roast. The flavor was NOT chocolaty at all, and unfortunately this must be infected. Lots of that sour cherry flavor, with some dark malt. I had sampled Sexual Chocolate at a tasting a few months back, and remember it tasting much better than this. Thankfully the infection wasn’t so bad that I couldn’t drink the entire beer, but still no chocolate to be found. I hadn’t heard anything about Sexual Chocolate being infected, but after a search on BA it turns out there were a handful of other people who experienced the same thing (Oddly enough I can’t find that thread for the life of me now). For some reason it seems like stouts are the most affected by infections, wonder why that is? Maybe brewers should just come out with an American Wild Stout style, and call it a day.
Picture of the day: This has happened to me more than a few times. Damn you Call of Duty.