What's your #1 Stout?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by 2005wendyrika, Feb 28, 2013.

  1. 2005wendyrika

    2005wendyrika Jun 10, 2012 Belgium
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    Tumulus Nera by De Kale Ridders.
     
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  2. cavedave

    cavedave Mar 12, 2009 New York
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  3. Roger85

    Roger85 Aug 24, 2012 Illinois
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  4. djrn2

    djrn2 Nov 4, 2009 New Jersey
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    Southampton IRS

    Honorable mention

    KTG

    Rarer DOS
     
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  5. doopiedoopiedoo

    doopiedoopiedoo Oct 2, 2010 Netherlands

    What???
    Can you provide a link? can't find it on this site.

    Thank you Google:
    http://www.tumulus.biz/bieren.html
     
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  6. dungledauf

    dungledauf Nov 8, 2005 Pennsylvania

  7. SaCkErZ9

    SaCkErZ9 Feb 27, 2005 South Carolina
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    Founders Porter
     
  8. GoGators

    GoGators Aug 5, 2010 New Jersey
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    Attended an Imperial Stout tasting recently and tasted some of the best and rarest but the 1 that stood out among the rest was Chocolate Rain.
     
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  9. tectactoe

    tectactoe Mar 20, 2012 Michigan

    Founders Imperial.
     
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  10. TongoRad

    TongoRad Jun 3, 2004 New Jersey
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    I don't necessarily agree, but nicely played ;)

    I'm going to have to go with Courage Imperial Stout, myself, if we're talking 'specialty' stouts, and Sierra Nevada Stout for everyday 'by the pitcher' type stuff (which people I knew in the 80s and 90s thought should actually be categorized as a porter, due to the black patent malt and hops- so there's my line-blurring choice).
     
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  11. manutdfan

    manutdfan May 25, 2012 Florida

  12. BottleCaps80

    BottleCaps80 Jan 12, 2013 Iowa
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  13. beercanman

    beercanman Dec 17, 2012 Ohio

    1#-2006 Avery mephistopoles

    Barrel aged-old Rasputin xv

    Honorable mention-founders imperial
     
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  14. FlakyBiscuit

    FlakyBiscuit Sep 11, 2012 Pennsylvania

    SN 30th Anniversary Fritz & Ken's imperial Stout. In the non-retired, readily available category, Bell's Kalamazoo Stout. Love rogue chocolate too
     
  15. toofdoc

    toofdoc Jun 28, 2011 New Mexico
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  16. MisterBisco

    MisterBisco Feb 18, 2009 New York
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    For very special occasions: Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout.
    Seasonally: Founders Imperial Stout.
    Everyday: Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro.
     
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  17. harperman69

    harperman69 Feb 11, 2009 Tennessee
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    Guinness.

    Well, maybe not. I'll go with Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast. Cognac Weasel if I were pressed with a variant.
     
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  18. jucifer1818

    jucifer1818 May 15, 2011 Florida

    This seems like a hard question, because their are so many I haven't tried (and reviewed) yet!

    for now its in this order:
    1. Expedition stout
    2. Narwalll stout
    3. 2X stout
    4. Old Rasputin (Bump it up to 2 if it has a scoop of vanilla ice cream in it)
     
  19. Durb777

    Durb777 Nov 30, 2011 Illinois
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    Barrel Aged - BCBCS
    Non-Barrel Aged - Founders Breakfast Stout or Imperial Stout
     
  20. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Jan 11, 2013 New York

    The stouts I consume in the largest quantities are SN Stout, FBS and Brooklyn BCS. I'm not a stout hound.
     
  21. xxbillay

    xxbillay May 31, 2012 New Jersey

    Ten fidy

    Or springhouse big gruesome
     
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  22. Ataraxia

    Ataraxia Sep 20, 2012 Massachusetts
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    Seems to change over the years, but currently it's either KBS '12 or Parabola '10. Possibly BCBCS '12 in third place.
     
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  23. MADPolo

    MADPolo Dec 19, 2012 Alabama

    Seasonal: Marshal Zhukov & Wake-n-Bake

    Year round: Ten Fidy
     
  24. HipsterBrewfus

    HipsterBrewfus Jun 3, 2012 Maryland

    BCBS, Expedition, Divine Retribution, Wake Up Dead
     
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  25. TooToasty

    TooToasty Jan 7, 2013 Illinois

    BCBS, Expedition, Plead the 5th..never had the barrel aged version but the regular is pretty damn solid.
     
  26. maxcoinage

    maxcoinage Apr 6, 2012 Illinois
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    BCBS.

    But, It may change this weekend when I crack my BCBCS as I can't imagine myself not loving this more being a huge coffee drinker.
     
  27. mjcoyle1126

    mjcoyle1126 Feb 28, 2013 Maryland

    Dogfish head- Chicory Stout or Left Hand Milk Stout
     
  28. fredmugs

    fredmugs Aug 11, 2012 Indiana
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    Expedition
     
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  29. smartassboiler

    smartassboiler Apr 9, 2012 Illinois
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    This is almost identical to mine, except every day would be Founders Breakfast Stout. I know that's only available for 5 months, but I don't drink stouts often in the warmer months.
     
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  30. ChefHopMeister

    ChefHopMeister Aug 3, 2010 Virginia

    Soooo many good stouts out there (and in my cellar). This is another "what mood am I in" and who am I with question that will determine what I'd pull out. A Speedway Stout when it's more than me, maybe a FIS when it's just me. Then there's other considerations including Expedition, Ten Fidy, Zhukov...! Decisions, decisions.
     
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  31. nitlionktl

    nitlionktl Dec 14, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Brooklyn Black Chocolate
     
  32. loafinaround

    loafinaround Jul 16, 2011 New York

    cherry rye. phenomenal, but I have to be in the mood to tackle such a beast.

    In continuous production: speedway
     
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  33. klaybie

    klaybie Nov 15, 2009 Illinois

    #1 All Time: Bell's Black Note
    #1 Limited: Founders Imperial Stout (maybe FBS, can't decide)
    #1 Year Round: Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro
     
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  34. chuckstout

    chuckstout May 22, 2006 Ohio

    Samuel Smith Imperial Stout!
     
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  35. fishtremble

    fishtremble Jan 18, 2010 Michigan
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    #1 for me is Short's Cup of Joe. When fresh I would take this over any "whale" stout or other limited stout out there that I have tried so far.
     
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  36. Stevedore

    Stevedore Nov 16, 2012 Wisconsin
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  37. PsilohsaiBiN

    PsilohsaiBiN Aug 10, 2010 New York
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    Plead The 5th is the best non Bb aged I've ever had. Blows away the competition, but I won't name names. Hard to go wrong with BCBS and variants for Bb stuff. KBS and CBS are no slouches there, either.
     
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  38. Celtics76

    Celtics76 Sep 5, 2011 Rhode Island

    Rogue Shakespeare and yeah Guinness - especially with St. Pat's right around the corner
     
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  39. JuliusCaesar

    JuliusCaesar Feb 18, 2013 New Hampshire

    Victory Storm King, Ten Fidy, Old Rasputin
     
  40. jbertsch

    jbertsch Dec 14, 2008 Massachusetts

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