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- Beer: Ukiyo
- Style: American IPA (28C. Wild Specialty Beer - 20C. Imperial Stout with grape, cinnamon and vanilla fermented with brettanomyces)
- ABV: 13%
- IBU: N/A
- Look: black color, semi-turbid, with a good light brown head formation;
- Aroma: at first, low intensity cinnamon notes can be perceived, which right after gives place to sherry-like notes, also reminding dried dark fruits a little. After the beer heats on the class, chocolate notes can be perceived sometimes, along with very light vanilla notes;
- Taste: the more prominent notes at first are leather, barnyard-like notes which, after a short time, gives place to fruity notes, reminding grape and dried dark fruits. The end of the sip brings woody, dust-like notes, along with a light acidity and a very light puckering;
- Mouthfeel: Medium-high body, medium-high carbonation and a sweet and long finish;
- Overall: What an amazing beer. There are so many layers, combined in an elegant way that keeps your senses entertained for the whole sip. A tad bit less of carbonation would suit this beer well, but it’s a great tasting experience, anyway.
This beer review was made by somebody which is studying every day to be a better beer drinker but, despite that, isn't a specialist or a beer sommelier. In advance, pardon for any gaffe. If you have any corrections or suggestions, please mail me.