Appearance - 6 | Aroma - 7 | Flavor - 7 | Texture - 6 | Overall - 7

Cask at the bumble inn Peterborough. Black colour with a slim head. Aroma and taste are chocolate and roasted bitter. Light vanilla. Medium body.

Tried from Cask at Bumble Inn on 19 Jun 2021 at 08:31

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 7 | Flavor - 6.5 | Texture - 7 | Overall - 7

Fast gone white head over pineapplejuice-like beer. Aromatic, green leaves, fruity esters but also musk, peach drops (sweet). Bit metallic in the mouth, very dry. Fruity, but extremely restrained in that direction. Vegetable flavours too, bitterish but more than just that. Old straw. Medium to well bodied, good carbonation, very hopoilslick. Weird beer, difficult to judge. Thanks to Stef!

Tried from Can on 20 Jun 2021 at 08:26

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 7 | Flavor - 7 | Texture - 7 | Overall - 7

Small, evanishing whitish head over hazy yellow beer. Ureum, asafoetida, hot olive oil, hot orangepeel, and mineral. Nose from another universum. Fruitesters, especially orange & orangepeel. Wry bitter, bit cheesy hops. Good carbonation, very slick, oily. Medium bodied at least. Not bad!

Tried from Can on 20 Jun 2021 at 08:14

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 6 | Flavor - 6 | Texture - 6 | Overall - 5.5

Thick, but fast gone dark cream head over brown-black beer. Bit sweet dank, milkchocolate, chocomilk. Hazelnut with chocolate. Ever so slightly roasted hint, fast drowned in a chocomilk bath. Cocos, copra, vanilla, increasing warming up. False impression of body, slick. Meeeh. The beer equivalent of Nesquick,

Tried from Bottle from Kijk op Drank on 20 Jun 2021 at 08:03

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 6.5 | Flavor - 6 | Texture - 5 | Overall - 6

Small if stable tan-cream head over virtually black beer. Outspoken raw coffee nose, but with chocolate/cacao mixed in. Dark malts galore. I would have guessed lactose, but apparently not used. Dry cold coffee, watered down. Bit malt(roasted)cookies, roasted barley. Cola and almonds retronasal. Bit watery, lean-ish. Not creamy-chewy as a - much lighter - Guinness draught. OK, nothing more. Thanks to Stef!

Tried from Bottle on 20 Jun 2021 at 07:52

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 7.5 | Flavor - 8 | Texture - 7 | Overall - 8

Head gone in a couple of seconds; hazy amberish golden beer. Bretts a mile out, sweetish, sherry-ish; faro-like, sweetened lambic, wood. Sherry with a slight but pleasing sourish twist. Malts, wheat, wet wood. Coriander thankfully invisible. Fruity hints. Certainly not undercarbonated, despite what the label says. Slick, bit oily feel, medium bodied. I had started to think it impossible, but here it is: an excellent beer from Grutte Pier! Thanks to Stef!

Tried from Bottle on 20 Jun 2021 at 07:24

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 6 | Flavor - 6 | Texture - 6 | Overall - 6

Fluffy, good, lightly yellowish head, stable, over cloudy orange-golden beer. Oranges, clove, banana, yeastesters & fusels, but all dosed, nowhere exaggerated. The same in flavour - all classical things are there, none overwhelming, even almost as watered down - except for clove in the finish. Perfumey - bathroom flavouring with each new sip with some banana. Medium bodied at best. This one is not very carbonated, certainly not for the style. OK, but not one to go out of your way for. Thanks to Joren!

Tried from Bottle from Getränkefeinkost on 20 Jun 2021 at 07:11

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 6.5 | Flavor - 7 | Texture - 6 | Overall - 6.5

Shortlived yellowish white head over copperish cold-hazed orange beer, finely carbonated. Sweet nose with a dash of diacetyl. Sweetcorn, hay, immortelles. Diacetyl is less pronounced in the mouth. Maltbomb, but the finish has a - faintly metallic - dash of hops. Again sweetcorn, buttered. Finished dry, metallic. Slick, not very well-bodied, long lasting aftertaste. Classical. Diacetyl keeping demure, it is still pleasing. Thanks to Joren!

Tried from Bottle from Getränkefeinkost on 20 Jun 2021 at 06:58


Bottled 26-02-2016. Salt, bourbon, smoked and smthwine-ish are all there, but the imperial saison must have run off. Very flakey, almost like drinking a snow globe. Flavorwise: salty! Followed by bourbon, biiig boozy note, warming, rich and malty sweet.

Tried from Bottle at Brouwcafé de Molen on 04 Jun 2018 at 22:00


Pretty bitter, easy drinking, some roast. Not much apple, neither as fruit nor as juice. Needs more sweetness, body or actually apple. Bit disappointing, one of those failed Borefts recipes that aren't undrinkable, but just a waste.

Tried from Draft at Borefts Bier Festival on 26 Sep 2019 at 22:00

Unfortunately well past its prime. Some maltyness, but most of the hop freshness has gone. Still bitter.

Tried from Bottle on 30 Sep 2016 at 22:00

Bottled 17-08-2015. BB 17/8/16. Despite its age explosively hoppy. Dense and creamy. Heavy bitter, resiny, lingering bitter aftertaste. Wow.

Tried from Bottle on 22 Sep 2016 at 22:00


Bottled 10-05-2016. Lots of caramelly sweetness, yet also fairly bitter. Grassy hoppyness. Quite dense, lots of thick foam. Nice stuff!

Tried from Bottle on 19 Dec 2016 at 23:00


Good stuff, but not sure if it fully works. Esra on its own I love because of the thick, salty, umami flavor profile. Here the bourbon overpowers, lots of barrel, woody, buttery. Now it's just another very good BBA stout/porter.

Tried from Draft at Borefts Bier Festival on 20 Sep 2018 at 22:00


Bottled 01-04-2015, but definitely not a joke. Bottle #438. Good head of foam, smells fruity and vinous. Tastes super vinous, sweet, woody and fruity. Underneath a rich, porter. Soft, smooth, raisins. Hint of peat? Stunning.

Tried from Bottle at The Beershop Online - formely known as De Molen Beershop on 15 Oct 2018 at 22:00


At first, very alcoholic, which mellows hugely after a few more sips and warming. Then delicious. Fruit, wood, boozy, barrel.

Tried from Draft at Borefts Bier Festival on 23 Sep 2016 at 22:00


Very boozy, the sharpness and alcoholic hit of the base BA beer has been softened. Improvement. Dangerously heavy. Love it.

Tried from Draft at Borefts Bier Festival on 23 Sep 2016 at 22:00


Bottled 25-01-2016. As they say: funky peaty. But also the awesomeness of the base: thick, rich, salty licorice-filled porter. Add to that peaty Ardbeg, extra boozyness and a lovely rich, funky brettyness. Very lightly tart. Complex stuff, awesome.

Tried from Bottle on 19 Mar 2018 at 23:00


Tried from Bottle on 25 Apr 2015 at 22:00