Beer Review – Driftwood Brewing – Singularity Russian Imperial Stout (2012)

I have Sue to thank for this funky beveridge.

This beer comes dressed up with wax dripping over the upper 1/4 of the bottle. It’s quite a fun effect until its time to crack it open. Go get that swiss army knife and start cutting because while you make your way to an openable bottle, you’ll be asking yourself, I hope this beer is worth it. And I’m pleased to announce… It is!
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The Beer:
650 ML bottle
11.6 alc/vol

Aroma: Sour cherries, raspberry, rich malt, strong alcohol content!

Taste: Big Stout flavour with one hell of a kick.

Verdict: If you like strong stouts, go out and buy this one, it’s perfect for warming up on a cold winter’s night. Because of the high alcohol content, you’ll want to share it with a friend or pace yourself.

Cheers.

3 comments

  • MMMMM…..sour cherries and raspberries???? I look forward to a taste of Martin’s. Those things cost a lot, but the flavour sounds fun! πŸ™‚ Maybe they are worth it….sipping drink though for sure.

    PS – Where is the song? I want a song. We can get someone we know to help you out πŸ™‚

  • Well the sour cherries and raspberry was more in the aroma. But if you want a serious stout, I am not sure it gets much more serious than this – save for maybe the Pothole Filler by Howe Sound Brewing. As for a song… hmm, if I were to think of a song title that would be inspired by this beer I would call it “That Beer Kicked My Ass!”

  • Lyrics are written… I’ll try and record it for release by Monday. πŸ˜‰

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