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Jumping The Shark 2015

Beer #2000 is an imperial stout brewed by Moon Dog in Abbotsford, Victoria, Australia.

Well this is it … My 2000th beer, and a very good one it is too. Moon Dog went all out to create a ridiculously high alcohol beer (it’s the highest that I’ve definitely had, but it’s not the beer with the highest ABV that’s out there). It’s a very sweet imperial stout, maybe a little too sweet. The chocolate is rich and creamy, but it could definitely do with some roasty bitterness or burnt chocolate flavours to counteract it. I get a fair bit of cherry (the first sips made me think of a Cherry Ripe), a little coffee, the whiskey is definitely obvious but it’s not overwhelming in any way, but the rye isn’t that obvious to be honest. There’s a warmth to the beer, but surely that’s to be expected with a beer that has a 18.4% ABV but it could also be the rye? Overall the ABV is well hidden and it comes across like a 9% beer in the end. For my most important milestone yet this is a fairly memorable beer although it’s not as memorable as I’d hoped for.

The bottle size is 375ML with an alcohol content of 18.40% (containing approximately 5.40 AU / 6.90 UK standard drinks), and it cost me $33.00.

My Rating is 6.50/10 which means it’s a very good beer, usually very tasty or bitter (which I love!).


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