Evil Twin Brewing Company

Commercial Brewery | Denmark

Vital Statistics

Beers

Overall average: 64 (logged 77 times)
Evil Twin / Omnipollo Coffenade: 8 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin 120 Days Dry Aged Stout: 83 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Evil Twin 90 Days Dry Aged Stout: 75 (logged 2 times)
Stout
Evil Twin 9th Symphony
Belgian Strong Pale Ale (Aged in Barrels, Wine)
Evil Twin Ashtray Heart: 67 (logged 1 time)
Stout (Imperial / Double, Smoked)
Evil Twin Aún Más Chili Jesús: 58 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Evil Twin Before During and After Christmas Beer
American India Pale Ale / IPA (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Biere Blanca Blanc
Berliner Weisse (Aged in Barrels, Wine)
Evil Twin Bikini Beer: 58 (logged 1 time)
American Pale Ale
Evil Twin Biscotti Break
Porter (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Biscotti Break Natale Pretty Please With A Cherry On Top: 79 (logged 2 times)
Porter (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Black Out: 75 (logged 4 times)
Porter (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Bozo Beer
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Christmas Eve at a New York City Hotel Room: 67 (logged 2 times)
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Double Barrel Jesus
Stout (Imperial / Double, Aged in Barrels, Bourbon)
Evil Twin ET Left Home 1: 8 (logged 1 time)
Berliner Weisse
Evil Twin Even More Coco Jesus: 75 (logged 3 times)
Stout
Evil Twin Even More Denmark
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Even More JCS: 25 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Evil Twin Even More Jesus: 58 (logged 2 times)
Stout
Evil Twin Even More Pecan Pie Jesus: 58 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Evil Twin Falco IPA: 67 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Blanc
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Blanc de Blanc
American India Pale Ale / IPA (Aged in Barrels, Wine)
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Brett: 67 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Noir
Black IPA / Cascadian Dark Ale / American Black Ale
Evil Twin Femme Fatale Yuzu Pale IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Freudian Slip: 17 (logged 2 times)
Barleywine
Evil Twin Hipster Ale
American Pale Ale
Evil Twin Hop Flood
Amber / Red Ale
Evil Twin I Love You With My Stout: 75 (logged 3 times)
Stout
Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break: 81 (logged 4 times)
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Imperial Biscotti Break Bourbon Barrel Aged
Stout (Imperial / Double, Aged in Barrels, Bourbon)
Evil Twin Imperial Doughnut Break: 50 (logged 2 times)
Porter (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin James Beer: 63 (logged 2 times)
Berliner Weisse
Evil Twin Justin Blåbær
Berliner Weisse
Evil Twin Katz Pis IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Lemon Meringue: 83 (logged 1 time)
Wild Ale
Evil Twin Lil' B Imperial Porter: 39 (logged 3 times)
Porter
Evil Twin Liquid Double Fudge: 50 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Evil Twin Low Life Pilsner: 67 (logged 1 time)
European-style Pale Lager
Evil Twin Molotov Cocktail Imperial IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Molotov Heavy Imperial IPA: 58 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Naked Lunch in a Copenhagen Heavenly Resto: 81 (logged 3 times)
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Ron and the Beast Ryan: 58 (logged 1 time)
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Evil Twin Ryan and the Beaster Bunny
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Evil Twin Soft DK Imperial Stout: 68 (logged 5 times)
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Evil Twin Spicy Nachos
Vegetable / Spice / Herb Beer
Evil Twin The Cowboy Smoked Pilsner: 75 (logged 1 time)
European-style Pale Lager
Evil Twin Tørst Back Room
Barleywine (Aged in Barrels, Port)
Evil Twin Tørst Front Room
Barleywine (Aged in Barrels, Sherry)
Evil Twin Yang Imperial Taiji IPA: 75 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Evil Twin Yin Imperial Taiji Stout: 80 (logged 9 times)
Stout (Imperial / Double)
Twin Rivers Copper Ale
Amber / Red Ale

Collaborations

Evil Twin / Lervig Big Ass Money Stout (collaboration): 33 (logged 2 times)
Stout
Evil Twin / Stillwater / Stone "The Perfect Crime" Black Smoked Saison (collaboration): 45 (logged 3 times)
Saison / Farmhouse Ale
Evil Twin / Westbrook OFYMD (collaboration): 58 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Evil Twin Joey Pepper (collaboration)
Belgian Pale Ale
Hoof Hearted / Evil Twin Even More Tennis Elbow (collaboration): 83 (logged 1 time)
Stout
Two Evil Pachamama Porter (collaboration): 75 (logged 1 time)
Porter

Logs for beers from this brewery

I had my doubts but I actually quite enjoyed this. The lemon is just bitter enough, just tart enough, to offset a clearly sweet vanilla/lactose finish. Out of balance this could have been horrible but instead is about as good a gimmick beer (in this case, highly accurate to the name) tends to get.
This was very unpleasant, enough that my brain is refusing to call up any details about it.
Can at Home
Deeply unpleasant, like when you accidentally buy the unsweetened blueberry juice at the supermarket. There's a tiny bit of a wine cooler note at the end but otherwise there is nothing beer-like about this at all. Do you have a UTI, or want to remember those good times? Maybe, and only then, this might be the beer for you.
Can at Home
Canned October 2018. This beer smells amazing, smooth pina colada and maybe a hint of cola, but the flavor is quite dense, intensely roasty and umami in a way that ends up being off-putting very quickly. The pineapple and coconut counteract it fairly effectively but the beer still finishes very tacky in the throat.
Can at Home
I mean, it's the same beer. Hit the spot better this time, I guess.
Can at Home
I gotta say, for something that is supposedly 17.5% ABV this was drinkable as hell.
Can at Home
A classic Evil Twin flavor, which means... eh. Hoppy and pungent, extremely roasty. Not what I really like in a stout, but there was no false advertising here.
Can at Home
Thick, syrupy, Almond Joy-type coconut stout, although it smells sweeter than it tastes, thankfully. Caramel and not much overt hazelnut; maybe in the overall smooth finish. Just a hint of smoke/roast but not as over the top as the usual Evil Twin stout story.
Bottle at Home
This beer is almost savory, roasted, a little too thick in the Evil Twin fashion. I thought I tasted barrel but it's not in the description. Not bad, but didn't love it.
Thick texture, somewhat thin flavor, but sickly sweet. Smells odd, though not quite pizza in my mind. I don't know how different this is from before, but this time it was just really gross.
Main flavor here is hazelnut, creamy and nutty. It really manages to overcome the sweet umami heaviness that usually characterizes this family of beers. Only real complaint here is that the chili was pretty much a non-entity here. I didn't taste it at all.
Disgusting, I thought. Very sweet lemonade and cold coffee. That combo wouldn't work for me, even before bringing beer into the equation.
Yasssss... Super-smooth dark chocolate cake opening. Creamy texture, biscuity sweetness. Habanero's hard to taste at first, just a bit of fruity tingle on the front of the tongue, but builds up into a pleasant warmth after a couple ounces. Pretty darned tasty.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Yams and chilies in this beer; neither comes through very distinctly but add up to a mellow, medium-bodied, sweetish porter with a bit of a smoky lick on top.
Smells very chocolatey. The flavor, though, is kind of umami-thick with a sourness that wasn't very appealing. The chocolate gets kind of lost in that. I think the right description is "tacky." Other folks liked it, though.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Very roasted, bitter stout; chili comes through with an almost dried, Mexican chili flavor with moderately strong spiciness. It's cut a bit by the bitterness, though, and not in a wholly pleasant way. Wish this was less on the roast, with maybe the same amount of chili.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
An inky, thick black stout with alcohol and slight tomato on the nose. Flavor is halfway between yeast extract and worcestershire sauce, super-umami, smooth, a bit bitter on the finish. Very dry, and less alcohol-tasting than 17.5% would predict. It had one job, though, and this is super-disappointingly un-pizza-like.
A very dank, hoppy, musty smell, almost like a locker room. The flavor is syrupy and sweet and boozy - a gin and tonic made with beer. Lots and lots of grapefruit on the palate.
Hoo boy, does this smell of green olives. It doesn't taste so much like them, but that briny, vegetal overtone is hard to shake. The rest of it is like a standard Berliner weisse, with a strong tartness and sweet wheat aftertaste.
Bottle at Xbeer One
Pungent sour smells. Very sour flavor with some hints of olive flavors.
Bottle at Xbeer One
Weird fruity aroma, reminds me a little of sweet corn. Strong candied fruit sweetness. Way too sweet to be enjoyable.. almost like drinking cheap candies.
Bottle at Xbeer One
Weirdly neutral smell with maybe a slight tartness. I don't know what to think of this one. Some fruity flavors, but they feel like artificial candy fruit flavors.
Bottle at Xbeer One
Much tamer than usual for an Evil Twin Beer - positively normal after the Lil' B. Basically tastes like an oatmeal or milk stout, medium thick. Not very memorable, but it may have suffered in its company. Doesn't taste like its Imperial moniker nor the 10+ % ABV.
Bottle at Xbeer One
A musty, dank hop smell like a brewery on cook day, not the best first impression. The flavor, on the other hand, was just really way too sweet, almost as if it had been sweetened after the fact. Big sad face.
Bottle at Xbeer One
Sweet and with just the right amount of malt. Sweet and tart.
Bottle
Lots of Brett funk give this a forward bitterness, mixed with a touch of fruitiness, clove, and a whole lot of dank hops. Not going to lie, this felt a little like work.
I mean, this beer tastes completely 100% as advertised. Biscotti with a light cuppa with creamer. If that's your mood this beer will hit all the right spots.
Bottle at Xbeer One
A lot less sweet than expected given the Biscotti moniker. Tart cherry flavor doesn't feel fake or tacked on. Very pleasant indeed.
A very enjoyable stout with vanilla and subtle tart cherry flavors. Thankfully it was as sweet as the biscotti name lead me to believe.
Roasty chocolaty smell. Slightly viscous moderately strong chocolate malt taste. Smooth bitterness. Nothing stands apart, all works together.
Draft
What you'd expect from Evil Twin - a profound, roasty stout with penty of hop presence from the IPA side. The hops are most prominent in the smell, which is very roundly floral and CDA-like, but the flavor is much more on the stout side. The hops do come back as a pronounced bitterness at the end.
This tastes like a beer that someone would like. Sadly it's not me. Standard caramel-cherry almost sweeteness that I don't like.
On the nose it was very cinnamon or gingerbread which was cause for concern, but on the palate it was a proper hearty stout.
Previous impressions mostly hold - sweet, pungent, fairly smooth. No nitro weirdness out of the bottle, so this is automatically better than before.
Not a pilsner. Hoppy at front and then caramel/toffee malt hints mid palate
Bottle at Home
Why did I buy a light beer... For a light beer quite a bit of flavor, but necessarily limited by the low ABV.
Can at Pool
Good maltiness, caramel flavors, bitter finish
Draft at Tap House
The keg blew on this one. A little bit of unpleasant nitro-esque sourness right off the bat. Otherwise, this beer is characterized by sweet, thick malt and just a bit of roast. Smooth, but a lot to take. I'm kind of glad it was just a taste.
Scent carries a strong impression of barrel aging. There is a brief moment where I taste a barrel aged caramel almost-sweet before it is washed away by pure alcohol power, somewhere between strong medicine and something that would leave you very very blind. Very very bad.
After the third drink I had to give up...it was way too sweet.
Pretty good. A little pricy at $9. Bitterness built up as I drank it, making it worse as time went on.
It's always dicey trying to predict what kind of smoke you'll get in a smoked beer. This is firmly cooking-wood smoke, strong but not gross, and thankfully the maltiness is toned way down. Nice, prominent noble hop bitterness evens out the finish. I might have been the only one in the room who liked it, but I liked it.
Bottle at Xbeer One
Chocolate and cola flavors. Good carbonation.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Chocolate cola smell. Sweet taste without being tacky. An bitterness like a dark chocolate and a finish more fruity.
Bottle at Odin Lounge
Thick and creamy with sweet overtones of coffee vanilla custard on a solid imperial stout base. Smells absolute lovely! A much more well-integrated version of Southern Tier's Crème Brulée Stout.
Characteristic spicy hop aroma & flavor of Stone dark beers, although more balanced than their smoked porter -- I think the Belgian yeast is what does it. Smoke is subtle and nicely done. Still, it was work to appreciate this beer.
Smokey tart smell. Thin body, sour edge to the taste.
Sweet. Desert oriented. Pretty good.
Robust, complex but also sweet. Strong alcohol, with a slight bitter, burnt finish.
Robust but smooth, coffee and caramel, better than their Yin. Strong alcohol, but didn't get tiresome.
Smooth flavor for a 10% stout but still has a kick. Moderately bitter finish.