New/Hybrid Styles (White Stout)

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  1. Scalzo

    Scalzo Aspirant (244) Feb 27, 2012 Illinois
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    hahah jokes on you!

    i have 12 in my cellar
     
  2. kzoobrew

    kzoobrew Initiate (0) May 8, 2006 Michigan

    HA! Joke is on you!

    White Stouts fall apart notoriously fast. You'd be lucky to get a bottle of four year old Pliny for the lot.
     
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  3. MADhombrewer

    MADhombrewer Initiate (0) Jun 4, 2008 Oregon

    Cascade has "oblique black and white coffe stout" on tap now. It is the color of a clear Pale Ale. Big flavor and aroma of coffee. A damn fantastic beer. But "stout"? I am not so sure. Should be a coffee Plae ale. Mouthfeel is that of a pale and has low hoppiness. I have a growler of it in the frige. I will post a picture if I open it tonight.

    I assume people would want to call it a stout if there are aromas and flavors of coffee, chocolate, and roasted nuts. I think that is streching it. Maybe because of the ABV thing but Guinness is only 4.2%.
     
  4. Scalzo

    Scalzo Aspirant (244) Feb 27, 2012 Illinois
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  5. jakesingleton

    jakesingleton Initiate (0) Nov 2, 2011 Arizona

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