Unfortunately I was interrupted mid-review, so these are the notes I scratched out, basically unedited:
Sebago Lake Trout Stout pours a pitch black thick sludge, pushing the limits of the liquid state of matter, and capped by a ½ finger mocha coat of head that disperses to a thin film. The aroma is coffee, pure and unadulterated, and there’s not much more to say about that. Bitterness bites the tongue up front and intensifies through the aftertaste. Coffee flavors, somewhere between roasted and burnt, kick in right after the initial bitter. Mouthfeel is as thick as it can be without having chunks in it. Light carbonation is really only detectable when you’re looking for it.