Country Boy Coffee Stouts

Discussion in 'South' started by drfabulous, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. drfabulous

    drfabulous Jul 23, 2005 Kentucky
    Subscriber

    Get on down to Country Boy and try the Guatemalan and Espresso stouts made with Nate's Coffee. These are two awesome beers. Big coffee flavors and aroma. Loved both, but the Guatemalan had the bolder flavors. Plus, all the Stillwaters from Wednesday are still on.

    And next door, Shenanigan's has Zombie Dust on tap.
     
  2. TheBeerAlmanac

    TheBeerAlmanac Mar 3, 2011 Kentucky
    Beer Trader

    Just had both coffee stouts at Country Boy, enjoyed both. Good to know about the Zombie Dust.
     
  3. bradfordjohnson

    bradfordjohnson Jun 18, 2012 Kentucky

    The one good thing is we won't have to worry about someone on here with a Country Boy avatar calling us "pussies" and "bitches" for supporting Liquor Barn / Pazzo's / Beer Trappe like they did that that recent thread.
     
  4. drfabulous

    drfabulous Jul 23, 2005 Kentucky
    Subscriber

    I just like to see all establishments do well so that I CAN DO WELL. I like beer to be everywhere. And there is often good beer around to drink in many places around town.
     
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  5. bradfordjohnson

    bradfordjohnson Jun 18, 2012 Kentucky

    Yep...I spread my dollars around to everyone...competition = more choices.
     
  6. JimDH

    JimDH Feb 7, 2011 Kentucky

    FWIW that individual does not work at Country Boy. I hate to see them saddled with that.
     
  7. bradfordjohnson

    bradfordjohnson Jun 18, 2012 Kentucky

    That does make me feel better...it's a shame that had to happen. I saw the comments were removed.
     
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