Whoa, a chocolate Russian Imperial Stout. I picked up a bottle of this 25.4 ounce bottle from Total Wine. This lovely Virginia brew weighs in at 10.52% alcohol by volume, and is made with roast barley, extra dark crystal malt,
This I like. The nose has a biscuit aroma, and is faintly yeasty. It has a coffee bitterness in the mouth. I like it, as do plenty of folks at Beer Advocate. (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.guinness.com/en-us/our-beers/guinness-antwerpen/
It is not too early to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. This roasty brew is 4.3% alcohol and comes to America via Paulaner HP USA. Read more at http://CarlowBrewing.com.
Grand Teton of Victor, Idaho makes terrific beers. This stout is another one of their “cellar reserves.” It serves up sweet chocolate and roasted notes. Black Cauldron is a really rich brew, a meal unto itself, and a real delight
This is a really pleasant stout. It is not monstrously alcoholic, like Brooklyn Brewery’s Chocolate Stout (10% ABV). This Cleveland-made beer is a around 5.5%, and offers slightly sweet notes and aromatic delight: oats, roast, and creme. The often-harsh beer
Duck-Rabbit? Milk stout? Yes, really. Although the beer geeks at RateBeer.com adore it, this brew is not for everyone. Duck-Rabbit is a milk stout, which, as explained here, is a stout is made with “sweet and unfermentable lactose.” (Lactose=milk sugar.)