Brewery: Brasserie Ellezelloise
Style: Belgian Stout
Date Poured: Feb 2009
Dense creamy tan head tops a pitch black body. Lots of dark fruit in the nose, very sweet, no hint of roastiness but there is a hint of alcohol
Wow. Smooth as velvet in the mouth, no hint of the alcohol whatsoever, just a pleasant warming effect in the finish. Sweet and fruity (ripe plums and raisin) with just a hint of roastiness in the finish. Bitter chocolate pops up in the finish too. Creamy, chocolaty flavors in the aftertaste.
Lighter in the mouth than you would expect for a big strong stout but that just makes it that much more drinkable. Different but delicious.