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  • Oct 29, 2010
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An extra strong, rich, creamy abbey style brown ale with notes of chocolate and complex dark fruit. Definitely a winner.
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review by . October 29, 2010
RIGOR MORTIS - a beautiful, rich coppery coloured beer that is cloudy and at best translucent. The pour produces a minimal off-white tan, very creamy head that lasts only a short time but the remaining lacing is quite attractive. Carbonation, while only modest, has very effective staying power and gives the beer a noticeable texture on the tongue throughout the duration of the drinking.    Rigor Mortis has an intense flavour that can best be described as a combination of spices …
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