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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by SailIntoTheStout, Oct 16, 2015.
Hopslam and several gallons of Fireball Whiskey
Had frost on the car this morning for the first time so yeah, its Stout season. Ten Fidy, Founders Breakfast Stout or Backwoods Bastard, Sixpoint 4 Beans along with a rocks glass of Bourbon ( Bookers or Bulleit ) n I'm good
No doubt a good stout. I usually have a few Victory Storm Kings around. Right now it would be a 1 yr aged victory at sea.
Bell's Expedition stout always hits the spot on a cold day.
Dude.....we are only 3+ weeks into autumn.....
Stay in the season!
Winter does not arrive until 2 months from this Wednesday - 12/21
Kentucky Breakfast Stout.
Bourbon county stout, John barleycorn, or avery samuel.
Like a lot of others I go for malty and strong (strong alone doesn't quite do it), and dark but not necessarily "black" and roasty. After compiling this it appears to me that I have a strong UK bent that didn't even realize!
Here's the list:
1- Thomas Hardy's (unfortunately I'm all out)
2- John Courage Imperial Russian Stout (also out, and not such a bad thing as the last batches were kind of sour)
3- Gale's Prize Old Ale
4- Anchor Old Foghorn
5- North Coast Old Rasputin
6- Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Urbock
7- Rogue Old Crustacean (also out of stock - what am I doing?)
8- Sierra Nevada Bigfoot (preferably at least 1 year old)
9- La Trappe Quadrupel
10- Hair of the Dog "Adam"
11- Belhaven Wee Heavy
12- Dogfish Head Immort Ale
13- Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout (a great bargain)
14- Schneider Aventinus
15- Theakston Old Peculiar
16- McEwans Scotch Ale
17- Dogfish Head World Wide Stout (again, none left)
18- Eggenberg Urbock23˚ OR Samichlaus
19- North Coast Old Stock
20- Victory Storm King
Track #8, all that barrel aged Vanilla goodness!
I keep some Smuyynose Robust Porter on hand, and always have Talisker Single Malt.
Another vote for Expedition. BCBW also comes to mind.
Looking to expand on my previous drinking but up until this winter it's been Sam Adams Winter Lager
I stock pile bcbs for cold weather.....Arcadia shipwreck porter a good shout also.
1. anything aged in a bourbon barrel
2. anything with Imperial or Double in the name
3. any beer with wine in the name
4. any beer aged in a wine barrel
5. any beer that i do not have to leave my house to go get.
Some kind of Imperial Stout, preferably Peche Mortel.
Péché Mortel is my perfect off-the-shelf winter beer. If it's good enough for the winters in Québec it's good enough for me.
Can you actually find Péché Mortel in China?
I tend to stick with imperial stouts, imperial porters, barleywines and any barrel aged version of those.
Most of the stouts I'd grab have been mentioned, but a couple more brews I'd consider are:
Double Bastard, preferably with a years age
Lucky Bastard, fresh
Since cold winter day down here in Texas is like 50 degrees, I would say:
Community Legion RIS or Founder's Breakfast Stout
Did you ever tell us what yours are?
No, not to my knowledge. I drank this beer regularly for years, but the last time I had it was June 2014 when I was in Montreal for Mondial de la Biere. I went to the pub and bought some at a shop. I've been in Asia for three years and I do miss that beer.
Something smoky, like a Straffe Hendrik Heritage or a Kasteel Winter. I've also enjoyed a nice Barley wine as well.
Its been a hot autumn here in co, but ten fidy is my winter go to
Storm King is my favorite for snowy cold days.
Love a dark stout or doppelbock after a long, cold marathon training run. Favorites are Terrapin Wake N Bake, Three Notch'd Jack's Java, Starr Hill Snowblind, Founder's Breakfast
Founder's Imperial Stout and, when it comes around, Tree House's Good Morning
Some people and all squirrels prepare.
Nothing else does it like Arctic Devil. It's a miracle creation.
Angry Chair German Chocolate Cupcake Stout
Ten Fidy. Always.
I agree. Sucks that we are losing distro in OR. Grab it if you see it.