Rogue Chocolate Stout

Rogue Ales


Most chocolate stouts use roasted chocolate malts to get that flavor, but in my experience usually end up leaving them with a burnt, Kingsford-like taste. Rogue, on the other hand, actually uses imported chocolate (everybody: ooo-oooh!) in the recipe, and thus has a distinct coffee and chocolate flavor to it, and actually leaves a chocolate residue in the bottom of the glass, kind of like a Starbuck's mocha. Pretty tasty, all in all, by far the best chocolate stout I've had to date.

Reviewed: May 08, 2004

Rating: 7/10

Whoa. Chocolate. Lots 'o' chocolate. The first sip made me pucker from the sweetness, and the hops made it come off a wee bit harsh. I'm glad I only bought a bomber. Now I can say I've had it and move on to something better.

Reviewed: June 09, 2007

Rating: 6/10

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