From the website:
A blend of three copper ales. One aged in oak barrels for 60 days. Another brewed with LOTS of dark caramel roasted malts, and one brewed with a blend of sweet and bitter orange peels and star anise. Lots of complexity. Will age well.
Alec: How’s it smell?
Vince: Like blood.
Alec: I don’t smell it like I did the Wee Heavy.
Vince: Yeah it’s not very aromatic.
Vince: The head on this is awesome.
Alec: I can see the yeast without a light on it.
Alec: It’s kind of bland.
Josh: It’s got such a weird taste. I don’t know if it’s caramel or…
Vince: If you were to give me both the beers we just had, I would think this was the Wee Heavy, because it’s more raw.
Vince: Not my favorite beer.
Alec: I like it, I would order more of these over the Wee Heavy. This would be a less filling beer.
Vince: My dog threw up and then ate it.
Vince: This beer’s kinda thick for my taste. It’s a really needy beer.
Alec: I think it’s more drinkable than the Wee Heavy, but I really liked the Wee Heavy.
Vince: It’s a very thick beer that I probably wouldn’t order. It’s good, I just probably wouldn’t order it.
Josh: I would order it if I just wanted one beer. It’d be a good once-a-month beer.
Alec: It’s a good at-home beer.
Vince: It’s good. Out of 5 I’d give it 3.
Josh: I would probably go 3.5. 3.25.
Alec: I’d probably go with 4.