Beer Review: THE BRUERY S’MORE TUESDAY

Beer Review: THE BRUERY S’MORE TUESDAY

The S’More Tuesday from The Bruery makes its entrance with a pitch-black pour, devoid of any head or intriguing swirls. A rather lackluster start in terms of visual allure.

Aroma

Engaging the olfactory senses, the aroma of this 18.3% ABV concoction unfolds with notes of bourbon, fluff, chocolate, oak, soy sauce, and molasses. It sets a complex stage, though not entirely escaping a certain predictability.

Taste

Delving into the flavor profile, the S’More Tuesday reveals a blend of creamy dark chocolate truffle, bourbon, toasted marshmallow, and graham cracker. While it ticks the boxes of decadence, there’s a sense of conformity that might leave the adventurous palate wanting.

Mouthfeel

In terms of mouthfeel, the beer boasts a thick and syrupy texture. This characteristic might be a selling point for those seeking a robust and weighty experience. However, it’s worth noting that this thickness may not appeal to those who prefer a lighter touch.

Overall

At the 2012 Black Tuesday release party, the S’More Tuesday claimed the title of the best Black Tuesday rendition. While it undoubtedly carries a commendable profile, one can’t help but wonder if it’s merely a standout within a limited selection. It successfully embodies the essence of its description, but whether it stands the test of time or warrants a lasting impression is a matter for individual palates to decide.