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Flying Fish Exit 1 Bayshore Oyster Stout

Flying Fish Exit 1 Bayshore Oyster Stout

From Flying Fish Brewing Company – Exit 1 is brewed with 100 Delaware Bay oysters per batch, lending their mellow ocean flavor and one-of-a-kind creaminess to the brew and resulting in a beer that is rich, soft and of course, a perfect complement to a plate of oysters. The beer bears the name of Exit […]

Bootlegger’s Black Phoenix

From Bootlegger’s Brewery – Black Phoenix melds rich bold coffee with the smokey flavors of Chipotle peppers, giving it just a touch of heat. To insure the freshest coffee available, we had our local Orange County friends, Kean Coffee, custom roast a batch for us. Notes of chocolate complement this complex and bold stout. This […]

Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast

From Mikkeller – Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, many say, and if you are a beer geek there is no better way to start the day than with a powerful, complex morning stout. The unique mix of oats and coffee gives this beer large body and power, while the coffee, at […]

Review – Mendocino Black Hawk Stout

From Philadelphia Contributor Nathan! From Mendocino Brewing Co.: Retains the big traditional flavors of an Irish-style stout and yet offers a refreshing dry crispness that is rare in many dark beers. “Bottle Conditioned” Black Hawk Stout is replete with a rich, roasted malt flavor that makes this not-so-heavy stout, creamy and ever so smooth. It […]

Review – New Glarus Coffee Stout

From New Glarus Brewing Co. – Hearty and satisfying, our Coffee Stout is the ultimate full-bodied brew. Wisconsin water, roasted malts, and imported hops are the natural ingredients we use to brew this bier. Then cold pressed organic coffee from Just Coffee Co-op is infused into the brew. New Glarus Brewing – Coffee Stout – […]

Review – Nodding Head – Gordo’s Oatmeal Stout

Review – Nodding Head – Gordo’s Oatmeal Stout

From Nodding Head Brewing: Classic Oatmeal Stout (4.5%)… medium bodied and pleasantly roasty… hints of caramel and toffee in the finish. Nodding Head Brewing – Gordo’s Oatmeal Stout – On draft at restaurant. 4.5% abv. Appearance: Opaque black with a thick, half inch head. Smell: Spicy notes of cinnamon and cardamon, along with the smell […]

Review – Nodding Head – Gordo’s Oatmeal Stout

From Nodding Head Brewing: Classic Oatmeal Stout (4.5%)… medium bodied and pleasantly roasty… hints of caramel and toffee in the finish. Nodding Head Brewing – Gordo’s Oatmeal Stout – On draft at restaurant. 4.5% abv. Appearance: Opaque black with a thick, half inch head. Smell: Spicy notes of cinnamon and cardamon, along with the smell […]

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

From our contributor: Private First Class Jonathan White 2nd Battalion 16th Infantry Regiment 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, Kansas -”Rangers Lead the Way!!” Bell’s Brewing – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout – Poured from 12oz Bottle into a pint glass… Abv. 6.1% by vol. Appearance:  Poured a very nice black, sort of molasses color with […]

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

From our contributor: Private First Class Jonathan White 2nd Battalion 16th Infantry Regiment 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, Kansas -”Rangers Lead the Way!!” Bell’s Brewing – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout – Poured from 12oz Bottle into a pint glass… Abv. 6.1% by vol. Appearance:  Poured a very nice black, sort of molasses color with […]

Review – Goose Island Oatmeal Stout

From our contributor: Private First Class Jonathan White 2nd Battalion 16th Infantry Regiment 1st Infantry Division Fort Riley, Kansas -”Rangers Lead the Way!!” Goose Island Brewing – Goose Island Oatmeal Stout – 12 oz. bottle poured into pint glass, 5% Alc. by Vol. Appearance: Dark almost black with a small tan head. Head quickly faded. […]

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

From Bell’s Brewery – Sweeter and smoother than Kalamazoo Stout. A beer for special winter occasions. Great with chocolate desserts. Bell’s Brewery – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout – 12 oz. bottle poured into a taster glass. 6.1% abv. Appearance: Midnight brown with a small amount of suds. Aroma: Tootsie rolls.

Review – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout

From Bell’s Brewery – Sweeter and smoother than Kalamazoo Stout. A beer for special winter occasions. Great with chocolate desserts. Bell’s Brewery – Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout – 12 oz. bottle poured into a taster glass. 6.1% abv. Appearance: Midnight brown with a small amount of suds. Aroma: Tootsie rolls.

Review – Lagunitas – Cruising with Ruben & The Jets

Lagunitas Brewing Co. – Cruising With Ruben & The Jets – 22 oz. bottle poured into a pint glass. 8.6% abv. Purchased at Lone Hill Liquor in Glendora, CA. Appearance: Pours a root beer or Hershey wrapper brown with a very small head. Before I could get to the first sip, the head faded away […]