All Posts Tagged With stout

Southern Star Black Crack


Just under an hour north of downtown Houston is a town called Conroe, TX. It’s still considered part of the Houston metro area, but it’s a bit far out there. Anyway, Conroe is the home of Southern Star Brewing Company, who has been in operation since 2007. Similar to Karbach, Southern Star packages its year-round… → Read More

Guinness Foreign Extra Stout


Remember when we wrote articles about beer at Walt Disney World? Those were the days, right? Actually, I’ve been holding off since I’ll be there in June. However, I recently came into some Guinness Foreign Extra Stout. Yes, that’s right, I recently came into some Guinness Foreign Extra Stout. As the story goes, my wife… → Read More

Singlecut Eric More Cowbell Stout


I’ve got a fever…. and the only cure? From the Singlecut Beersmiths, who unfortunately I hadn’t heard of until we went to Ginger Man in NYC. The awesome name of the brew caught my eye first, and the review from the server sold me. I mean..how can you NOT want to try a beer that… → Read More

Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout


A not-so-secret thing about me: I don’t like coffee. It smells just fine to me but once I taste it, yuck. Needless to say, I don’t frequent Starbucks. However, I don’t usually have a problem with beers that taste like coffee as long as the coffee flavor isn’t overwhelming. Thus, I’m trying Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout…. → Read More

Samuel Adams Merry Mischief


Mischief. It’s one of those crazy English words that looks like it should be pronounced “mis-cheef”, but it’s not. Merry Mischief is a gingerbread stout by Samuel Adams and is one of their small batch creations. This particular bottle is from batch #1. Merry Mischief is also the name of an “acoustic traditional duo“. There… → Read More

Evil Twin Soft Dookie


One more from The Avenue in New Orleans! Evil Twin is what’s called a gypsy brewery. Instead of having a facility, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, the brewer, goes to different breweries around the world to create his beers. Because of this, it’s difficult to track even where the beer is coming from. It looks like Evil Twin is… → Read More

Hakim Stout


It’s official, I have found a new awesome place to drink at Disney.  Why has no one let me know about Dawa Bar before????  I mean, I knew it was there, I saw it whenever I walked by at Animal Kingdom.  But, after having a beer or two, I can see myself drinking there on… → Read More

Irish Coffee Stout

Lift Bridge – Irish Coffee Stout


Stillwater, Minnesota is a small historic town on the river near the Minnesota and Wisconsin border. Stillwater has its reputation of having a great line up of eating establishments near the river. On March 10th Lift Bridge brewery, Stillwater’s first brewery since prohibition held a release event for their new Irish Coffee Stout. The Irish… → Read More

Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout Review and Ice Cream Float Recipe!


Remember that time I hated a Lagunitas beer? Well it has happened twice in a week. I know, I’ve probably really scared you off from this review, but here’s my disclaimer. DISCLAIMER: I probably hate ALL stouts and doppelweizen’s if I hated Lagunitas’. We’ll get to the review of the Lagunitas DoppelWeizen later along with:… → Read More

Samuel Adams Black & Brew Coffee Stout


Just purchased the Samuel Adams Winter Sampler case and this was the first I grabbed. Strong coffee flavor but for some reason it slightly reminds me of soy sauce, possibly slightly salty? We can’t figure it out really. Definitely drinkable but prob can’t drink more than a few in one sitting. From the bottle… Our… → Read More

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