All Posts Tagged With stout

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Prairie/Evil Twin Bible Belt


[responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbrnXl2gO_k] There aren’t a whole lot of breweries in Oklahoma, but Prairie Artisan Ales can run with the best of them. Today’s beer, Bible Belt, is a collaboration beer with Evil Twin (some of you may remember Evil Twin’s Soft Dookie was featured here a while back). The formula for Bible Belt seems simple enough;… → Read More

Old Rasputin

North Coast Brewing Co. Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout


Now that the Disney Beer Tournament is over for this year, it’s time to get back to reviewing some beer! I’m starting with Old Rasputin by North Coast Brewing Co. This Russian imperial stout has a nice 9% ABV. So what’s the difference between an imperial stout and a Russian imperial stout? Not much, really…. → Read More

Bishop's Barrel 6

Saint Arnold Bishop’s Barrel 6


Pumpkin beer in February? Isn’t it a bit late for pumpkin beer? Not when it’s this damn good. On Monday (February 17, 2014), Saint Arnold released Bishop’s Barrel 6, their latest in a series of barrel aged beers. It’s already earned the nickname Rumkinator because it’s Pumpkinator (quite possibly my favorite Saint Arnold beer) aged in Appleton… → Read More

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Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout 2013


Have you ever read an article and wished it were an article from The Onion? The other day I read an article about Miller working on a bourbon-flavored beer. Supposedly it’s to compete with offerings such as Budweiser Black Crown as well  as hard liquor, but I think they also see beers such as Goose… → Read More

Tart of Darkness

The Bruery Tart of Darkness (2013 Edition)


Remember when I went to Stein’s Deli and picked up six different beers from The Bruery? Anyone? [responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP0mQeLWCCo] Here’s the first I tried: Tart of Darkness. Aged in oak barrels, this sour stout is a strong but not overpowering 7% ABV. It pours a deep dank black with a small tan head. Despite being a… → Read More

Buffalo Bayou Gingerbread Stout

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. Gingerbread Stout


The other night my wife went to a “book club” Christmas party (they claim to read the book but it seems to be more of a gossip circle with wine than serious book review). While she was out, I decided an evening of watching a headless horseman decapitating people would be a good idea. So… → Read More

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Ommegang Game of Thrones Take the Black Stout


Winter is coming. For those of you who are fans of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series and its television adaptation Game of Thrones, Ommegang recently released the second in a series of ales inspired by the medieval series. The first was Iron Throne Blonde Ale, and its release was rather limited…. → Read More

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Young’s Double Chocolate Stout


Just in time to be removed from the standard beer menu at Walt Disney World (and replaced by Left Hand Milk Stout two weeks later), here’s my review of Young’s Double Chocolate Stout. Wells & Young’s Brewery in Bedford, England, is a result of a merger between Charles Wells Ltd. and Young’s Brewery. Wells is… → Read More

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Rogue Chocolate Stout


Rogue Ales, hailing from Newport, OR, has some hits and some misses. Their Dead Guy Ale is quite good, while the Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale is absolutely terrible. Hops and Barley at the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival is serving Rogue Chocolate Stout. Is it a hit or a miss? For the past… → Read More

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Thomas Hooker Chocolate Truffle Stout


Went to one of our favorite restaurants for their week long closing party.  So so sad.  They were trying to get rid of everything in sight and this was one of the only bottles left in their inventory.  And at half price?  Sign me up! The description from their site sounds pretty fab… “Our sweet… → Read More

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