Two regular dudes who happen to be huge fans of American craft beer.
Out Of Bounds Stout was first up on the night. Poured into my pint glass with a beautiful brown foam. air jordan 13 The aroma was your usual stout but with a milk or lactate scent mixed. It was very pleasing. Chocolate, coffee, roasted malt, and some bitterness take their place both on the nose and in the mouth. A really drinkable stout that had a nice blend to the senses. I can understand how Avery keeps this as a year round beer. Session able. 9/10
Rye Stout finished off a short night of quality stouts. A nice one-inch, brown foam covered the very dark brown beer to create an inviting start. Roasted malt and coffee are the two aromas present. I could say rye, in either the aroma or mouth, and I would be stretching it a bit. The taste is finished off with a little bit of hop bitterness to help balance the large amount of malt. Lighter end of body for a stout that makes it very drinkable. 8/10
The bigger beer season is here and I can’t wait to continue to taste and review more stouts. Some bourbon oaked ones will only enhance the experience. Enjoy!