it smells real heavy on the rye malt, with notes of black pepper and other spices, and it smells like bitter coffee beans, slightly astringent.
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The carbonation is on the heftier side of moderate with a tingly feel. The body runs medium and finishes with a big hoppy bitterness that a dry finish accentuates.I like the bitter, I like the dry, I like the froth.its also surprisingly hoppy for a stout, bitter and floral, seems a bit out of place, but I appreciate the hop character and the way it mixes with the rye. not sure why they add the world chocolate to the name, because aside from its appearance, there is nothing chocolate about this beer at all really.Finish is like flav, medicinal, longish, n not my thang.
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one of the great logos in all of beer, this hoppin frog, and this is one of the best beers I have had from them.
Yet it's tangy and almost reaches spicy soy sauce, or maybe these are piney hops, but this is not quite a black IPA. Berries I mentioned above flash through here and there.
Brownie batter comes in as an aftertaste--I daresay that's not a bad thing at all. The pine happiness is big on the finish along with a little astringency.
The large pine presence tends to clash at times but never in z totally off putting way. Flavor's like nose, soft tang and bitter up front with cocoa and medicine, fairly dry, and other Flavor's in back.
Body/carbonation are for most part good, but some clashes yield harsh points.