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Sorrento
Back Hand of God Stout (Stout,  5.2%) - Great rich stout with, with silky smooth mouthfeel and nice dry finish.   7/10/2007

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Average rating: 5 stars - superb!
5 stars - superb! 27/02/2018
Wonderful stout. Beats Guiness hollow IMHO. Got turned onto it at The Hive in Canoe (at corner of Canoe Beach Drive, oppo the general/liquor store, also worth the visit). Inspired us all to take the pilgrimage to Sorrento. Pick up a growler (Thur - Sat) when travelling through to YVR (about 1 k S of TCH on Elson Rd just west of Sorrento light
 - Dick Patterson   Calgary

5 stars - superb! 20/12/2010
Delicious chocolate and coffee stout. Much respect to Raudz in Kelowna for bringing it in.
 - Dan   Kelowna

5 stars - superb! 21/07/2009
Delicious! One of my favorite pints in a long time. Lovely coffee taste with a hint of caramel perhaps? Alibi Room, Vancouver.
 - Lisa   Vancouver

5 stars - superb! 10/05/2008
This is an incredible Stout. Loved it!
 - Brad   Vancouver

23/10/2006
malty, coffee-y, delicious. When I went back to Vancouver, this was on the hit list. Found (and drowned) at the Diva Lounge (Met hotel).
 - Tony   Washington, DC

21/12/2005
back hand of god is a light bodied roasty tasting stout. Not much head or lacing on the glass, nonetheless the taste is where its at, chocolate and coffee, with a lighter mouthfeel than most traditional stouts. definatley one of bc's best for this style
 - niz   vancouver

21/12/2005
back hand of god is a light bodied roasty tasting stout. Not much head or lacing on the glass, nonetheless the taste is where its at, chocolate and coffee, with a lighter mouthfeel than most traditional stouts. definatley one of bc's best for this style
 - niz   vancouver

02/08/2005
The best stout I have yet to taste but unfortunately not widely availible. I found it at the Naam in Kits on tap.
 - Colin Reddin   West Van

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