Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Oskar Blues Old Chub

Old Chub poured a dark brown, blackish color with a finger width, tan head. The nose has deep malt aromas, chocolate, and a hint of alcohol. The body is rich and malty, silky smooth moutfeel, a little sugar, more chocolate, and a faint trace of hops underneath on the backend. The finish has a little dry alcohol underneath the rich, malty sweetness.

Overall, another very nice beer from Oskar Blues. This is a rich, malty beer that should be sipped casually. It is a perfect dessert beer, tasting a little bit like a chocolate malted milk ball.

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