Tried this last night at the Pour House (Dupont and Spadina). Didn't know whether to have high or low expectations. Definitely lots of malt. Nice robust amber colour, roasted malts and a little nutty. Really thin though, with a weak chocolate finish. Very little hops, especially when served at really cold temperature. It's okay, but finishing the pint seemed like work. But coming from a brewer like Keith's, this is really surprising (especially considered how they routinely butcher styles). Doing a blind tasting with similar beers like the Wellington Dark would be an interesting experiment.