Beer Review 43 // Imperial Doughnut Break by Evil Twin

Exciting times today, I have an Evil Twin beer to review! I have been a big fan of Evil Twin since helping to host a tap takeover at Craft Beer Co, Clerkenwell. Whenever I get the chance to have one of his beers I always do. Sometimes he can be hit and miss, but you are always ensured an experience. So without wasting too much more time let us dive into this epic beer.

Name: Imperial Doughnut Break (Aged for about 1 Year).

Style: Imperial Porter

Evil Twin brewed at Westbrook Brewing

Country: Denmark via South Carolina, USA.

Price: $9.99 USD

ABV: 11.5%

Commercial Fluff
"Did the flavors of sugar and bitter sweet almonds and coffee in Imperial Biscotti Break also make you sentimental? Now we topped it off with insane amounts of doughnuts. This all time American favorite is making it’s way back into the spotlight and we at Evil Twin Brewing are not letting a tasty trend pass us by without taking it to the next level. Drink it with great gusto - Forza Doughnuts."

Own Opinion

Bottle Art: Modern style artwork that I always expect from Evil Twin. The images are of Doughnuts the empty bottle now decorates my shelf.

Sight: Pitch black in colour with a beautiful tan two finger foam.

Aroma: What a delicious smell! Dark roasted malts, sweet chocolate and biscuit. This smells epic.

Taste: Bitter, heavy sweet, chocolate and boozy. A thick chewy mouthfeel, leading to warmth in the chest. This tastes great not sure I understand the doughnut part but damn this tasted good.

Would I buy it again? YES!!!!

There is no getting around this, I love this beer. The boozy, warming, sweetness just automatically wins me over. One bottle is more than enough for me over a whole night but it is much better shared.

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