I picked up Fierce Beer Moose Mousse in the excellent Fierce Beer pub in Edinburgh. The brewery have one pub in Edinburgh, and one in Aberdeen, which I think is where the brewery is based. It's a proper Scottish brewery anyway so I was drinking fairly local. At 4.5% Fierce Beer Moose Mousse is very much a session stout, and it certainly looks the part. The beer pours pretty much jet black with a decent creamy head. You'll get plenty of marshmallow and chocolate from the aroma, so this has all the makings of a fairly opulent stout so far.
Fierce Beer Moose Mousse has a smooth medium to full body which could arguably be a little thicker, it's not bad though. Meanwhile the taste very much matches the smell with oodles of chocolate coming through expertly mixed with some vanilla and marshmallow. What I found weird about Moose Mousse was that after the first few sips I was absolutely enthralled, and had marked it down as a 10 out of 10 beer, however the more I drank, the less I enjoyed it, and I don't really know why. Maybe it's just the initial sweetness is a bit of a nice surprise, but after that it starts to become a bit jaded. I don't know. It's still a very good beer, but to start as a solid 10 and be moved down to my final score of 8 out of 10 is a little disappointing. It's a genuinely nice, very chocolatey beer, there's just something missing in the end though.