Lucille, an American Imperial Stout brewed by Terrapin Beer Co.

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Lucille is an American Imperial Stout brewed by Terrapin Beer Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a tulip pint glass from a bottle.

Appearance

The stout pours black and is topped by an inch-thick head of brown foam that reduces slowly. A smattering of sticky lace clings to the glass.

Aroma

The aroma is savory with a scent of hickory and smoke.

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Flavor

The palate is decadent with syrupy molasses, chocolate, and a touch of vanilla; balanced to a lesser extent by an earthy roast from a trio of woods and mild chili pepper.

Mouthfeel

Its feel is rich and smooth with low carbonation and a full body.

Overall

Lucille tastes a tad sweet with little hops presence, and not quite enough roast. Although it’s not mind-blowing, this Imperial Stout is still an enjoyable brew.

About this Beer

Lucille is named for a baseball bat used on the television show The Walking Dead.

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