Beer Review: Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout

SUNDAY MORNING STOUT

weyerbacher sunday morning stout

Producer: Weyerbacher Brewing Company; Easton, PA
Style: Imperial Stout
Price Range: $3-4 / bottle ( oz)
ABV: 11.3%
Appearance: Pitch black with a small coffee-colored head
Aroma: Mostly coffee and roast, with a hint of bourbon
Virginia Pour House Review: Weyerbacher hails from just about an hour away from where I grew up in PA. Their beers are mostly hit or miss for me, as mentioned in my review of their Maple Mistress Pumpkin Ale. So, how does Sunday Morning Stout stack up? It pours a pitch black color with a small foamy coffee-colored head. The aroma is mostly coffee with some roasted malts underneath and just the slightest hint of bourbon. The first taste bursts with rich bourbon, mixed perfectly with dark-roasted coffee and bitter black roasted barley notes. This beer is also viscous, leaving a coating behind in the finish. Subsequent sips are just as good, but the coffee pops through even more and the finish is mostly sweet bourbon. Weyerbacher does it again with a fantastic imperial stout. Well done.

SUNDAY MORNING STOUT Producer: Weyerbacher Brewing Company; Easton, PA Style: Imperial Stout Price Range: $3-4 / bottle ( oz) ABV: 11.3% Appearance: Pitch black with a small coffee-colored head Aroma: Mostly coffee and roast, with a hint of bourbon Virginia Pour House Review: Weyerbacher hails from just about an hour away from where I grew up in PA. Their beers are mostly hit or miss for me, as mentioned in my review of their Maple Mistress Pumpkin Ale. So, how does Sunday Morning Stout stack up? It pours a pitch black color with a small foamy coffee-colored head. The aroma…

Virginia Pour House Review

Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout - 97

97

Points

Weyerbacher delivers a fantastic imperial stout brewed with coffee and aged in bourbon barrels.

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