On-tap at the Brick Store, Decatur, GA, USA.
Dark, chocolate colored pour with a small head but some decent sticky lacing. Certainly looks above average. Bready, hoppy nose with plenty of character.
Rogue is stamped all over this. Huge hops that give a cloying bitterness that is not subtle in the least. The hops cut into the finish and even over-shadow the relatively high ABV. I just can’t seem to get to grips with many Rogue beers. Everything seems super-hopped for no apparent reason that tends to consistently knock these beers out of style and into areas that are not suitable.