Three Feet Deep

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62266 March 9, 2012
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Delicious peaty scotch flavor early on the tongue, though it tends to disappear quickly.

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daimyo December 24, 2011
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Plenty of rich smokey flavor. Earthy, smoked peat, intense flavors. Very enjoyable, like a good liquid cigar.

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IrishBeerGuy December 15, 2011
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Asked for something similar to Guinness, and the bartender served this. If it's Guinness you want, this isn't really it. A decent beer, but not nearly as smooth/creamy as Guinness....this one has flavor, but a lot more bite.

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jshelkey November 2, 2011
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heavy in peat and flavir. lite in abv. 1 ir 2 us plenty

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MissGeek June 2, 2011
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I can only say, I think the "three feet" is a reference to peat moss. Really smoky, dark, coffee/chocolate, and loud. This beer bites back. I love it for the very strong flavors, even though the body is fairly thin.

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snugglys May 12, 2011
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Way to strong of a smoke flavor, overpowers the taste of the beer

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Boke76 May 1, 2011
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An interesting rendition of an Irish stout, one that is not going to be favorable on every palate...including mine. I found the smoky peat flavor to be overwhelming, it was a little like drinking a camp fire fueled from green twigs.

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Drtanglebones March 23, 2011
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This is a good take on an Irish dry stout, with the typical Furthermore twist. They use a small amount of peat smoked malt which adds some smoky complexity to the beer.

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