Appear/Aroma: Thick, deep ruby, brown. Nice and dense brown foam head. Appealing dark fruit malt flavor.
1st Taste: Creamy but not heavy. Really like the dark sweet fruit taste. Then some burnt chocolate or molasses. And an ever so slight alcohol taste.
Overall: Really great tasting brew. There's a distinct fruitness that is a mix of sweet tart and dark cherries or burnt raisins. Definately fine grades of dark chocolates. A very flavorfull beer that has all the complex parts in perfect harmony. I really liked this brew.
Poured opaque with the edges being a dark brown. Head was three or four inches of brown, thick foam. Retention was average. Lacing was a sticky and sporadic.
Aroma is mild. Roasted malt with rich sugars, along with a milk chocolate side that almost lends itself to lactose.
Taste is roasted malt foremost. Sweetness, chocolate and a touch of alcohol heat on the way down.
A medium body in spite of the creaminess to the mouth, making it more drinkable. Carbonation is medium.
Third Duck-Rabbit beer and this stands head-and-shoulders taller than the other two. A solid brew that hides the high ABV well but not completely. The creaminess makes the beer feel bigger than it is which allows for ease of drinking. Enjoy!