Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

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Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

Postby mgmoney » Mon May 11, 2015 4:16 pm

Got a bottle from 2015 release and had it last night...could not detect the coconut or vanilla at all...let it warm up ...nothing...tasted like Lost River to me...I don't know maybe I'm not an imply stout/porter flavoured beer kinda guy?
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Re: Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

Postby El Pinguino » Mon May 11, 2015 8:03 pm

Hmm, I found the vanilla pretty strong, and coconut a bit mild when I had it on tap at Bellwoods many months ago. Overall sweet, but not crazy so. Maybe it mellowed out over time? Definitely "more to it" than a basic Lost River.
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Re: Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

Postby sofakingdrunk » Mon May 11, 2015 10:54 pm

I agree completely. Picked up 2 bottles in early March. This is what I said in a previous post in random reviews. I'm in no hurry to have the second one, may end up trading it Away

sofakingdrunk wrote:Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

A delicious drink, and dangerously easy drinking for the abv,but i'm struggling to really pick out the Vanilla and even more-so, the coconut. The vanilla kind of hits me with a touch of oakiness, but thats about it. The coconut is ever so slightly there on the finish I find. Overall very tasty, but want more coconut flavour out of this. Maybe its just me......
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Re: Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

Postby ECBS » Fri May 22, 2015 9:37 am

When I first had Bounty Hunter in May of 2014, I seriously struggled to detect any coconut.

When I tried it again in March of 2015, it was impossible to miss.

Both times, it was delicious.

Whether it was me or the beer that changed between those two tastings, I do not know.
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Re: Bellwoods Bounty Hunter

Postby walz22 » Fri May 22, 2015 9:45 am

Exact same for me - managed to find some vanilla, but no coconut whatsoever (and this was probably around mid-2014 as well).

Definitely will give it a shot again the next time it's in the bottle shop since it still was delicious.

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