Beer Review: FIREHOUSE ONE TUN IMPERIAL STOUT

Beer Review: FIREHOUSE ONE TUN IMPERIAL STOUT

FireHouse Grill & Brewery – FireHouse One Tun Imperial Stout (OTIS) – Currently on tap at the brewery, served in a snifter. ABV stands at a robust 11%.

Appearance

The brew pours an impenetrable midnight brown, crowned with a modest frothy tan head that clings delicately to the glass.

Aroma

Engage your senses with a delightful olfactory experience featuring notes of caramel, milk chocolate, licorice, and a touch of dark fruit.

Taste

The palate unveils a medley of flavors, from a medium roast and licorice to hints of fig, raisin, and caramel. The grand finale unfolds with a symphony of dark chocolate and roasty spice, leaving a lasting impression.

Mouthfeel

With a full-bodied presence, this imperial stout boasts a syrupy texture, complemented by a restrained yet creamy carbonation that adds a velvety touch to each sip.

Overall

This brew earns its stripes with an excellent, tasty, and downright decadent profile. It begs to be bottled, given its enormity. Without a doubt, one of the most impressive Imperial Stouts to grace my palate in quite some time.