Mox Boarding House

13310 Bellevue-Redmond Rd

Bellevue, WA, United States of America

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Oatmeal sweetness, roast coffee, thin body, fairly ideal porter. No idea if this is actually made with oats.
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A hazy on the dry/resinous side. Grapefruit peel, no sweetness.
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Refreshingly tart lime sour with some caramel sweetness. The unusually strong herbal fresh mint flavor in this stood out and made this memorable IMO. It was a bit separate from the rest of the flavor but I loved it. Others maybe didn't so much.
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I've never had a beer that had a more orange juice-like flavor than this one. Exactly as fruity and tart as juice right up front. This transitions into more of a yeasty, estery finish, and the vanilla comes in here as well. Pulls off the creamsicle flavor pretty well, although in a more "naturally flavored" way than I'm used to.
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Chocolatey roast opens this black saison; an underlying, faint pruney/plummy tartness sits underneath, accompanied by pleasant spice notes. Very good!
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Sweet, buttery coconut and vanilla smoothness mask a very piney, resinous IPA. Pleasant to taste but can't mask the underlying hops for long. I don't think I could do a full glass of this.
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Delicious - light wood-smoke, caramel, dissipating into an incredibly clean finish.
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Thick-ish stout, effervescent. Cola-like opening, chocolate and smooth.
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Cucumber is quite pronounced in this Gose, which was a nice touch. A lot of the rindy bitterness makes a nice counter to the medium-tart Gose. Slight salt and a whole lot of sediment.
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Fragrant, fresh-tasting, piney IPA, not bitter or pithy at all.
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Slightly sour lager, kind of non-descript.
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On the sour-side, medium-light stout, with a smooth flavor that is neither too vanilla or too coffee. Quite tasty.
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Medium-roast stout with chocolate and a sheen of marshmallow sweetness on top. A bit of a dry tackiness on the tongue. Not nearly as nice as the S'moa Please but still very enjoyable.
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There's a nice pilsner underneath here, but also a really resin-sweet hop presence that I didn't much care for. Dry hopped? I think this was dry hopped.
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Smooth porter. Nothing hugely memorable, but easy to drink and very nice with food.
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Musty sourness and a very distinct salt aftertaste. This is probably the saltiest of the goses I've tried. Flat out of the tap, but the keg blew.
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Feels a little flat overall. Has a weird sourness that covers most of the flavors. Good roasted flavor.
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Light-tasting, light bodied stout with definite chocolate notes. Bit of a sour aspect to it. Very drinkable, but not especially memorable, which is kind of par for the course with this brewery.
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Well i was thinking this would be a good choice on a hot summer night but I'm just not into fruity beer... Or at least non-sour fruity beer. Or maybe i just didn't like this one.
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Delighted that this is still very enjoyable after over a thousand beers in between. Light, caramel sweet and overtly nutty.
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Good,though more of a lager than a pilsner. The pilsner bitterness is muted. But otherwise clean and clear .
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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.
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Light banana and clove on the nose. The flavor is decidedly less on the fruit and spice than the smell, with a bready malt and a yeasty bitterness that emulates a pilsner finish pretty well.
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Good roasty flavor, a tad bitter. Medium finish. Kinda middle of the road porter.
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Fragrant, fruity IPA. A bit on the boozy side for me to enjoy it fully through the pint. And a total loser next to that Kölsch. But caveat lector - after a rich meal, my palate may well have been compromised.
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Absolutely delicious Kölsch, with a hit of pilsner like bitterness and a strong, cracker-like cereal malt. Hints of yeast, but at first impression, I'd say this swings more towards the pils end. Super-crisp.
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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.
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Pleasant refreshing saison. Slightly bitter with a very tame funkiness.
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Light saison with a rounded banana flavor to open; not too spicy, with just a bit of smoke or pepper at the end. Very refreshing and easy to drink, especially with food. I'm really liking just about everything I've had from Breakside.
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Very roasty dry porter -- on the edge of burnt. It wasn't super-pleasant to drink, although the flavor was fine. I just think it was a bit much. (16 oz glass)
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I didn't think I'd had this before, but I guess I had. My previous comments are basically still spot-on. (16 oz glass)
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Crisp, powerful grapefruit and citrus fruits flavors. I'd say it was less hoppy than most IPAs.
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A dark saison?!?! Pleasing roastiness, not very sweet. Has a pleasing saison-like sourness to it. Had a slightly metallic smell though.
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Light, drinkable pie spice-style pumpkin porter. Doesn't stick out, but that can be all you want sometimes.
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