Sweet 16 Stout Series Archive

  • Tweet Dragon Stout from Desnoes and Geddes, Jamaica Pours easy and dark, not too thick. A stout fom the Caribbean! It has a very temporary head. First taste is decent, but then the […]

    Dragon Stout

    Tweet Dragon Stout from Desnoes and Geddes, Jamaica Pours easy and dark, not too thick. A stout fom the Caribbean! It has a very temporary head. First taste is decent, but then the […]

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  • Tweet Cappuccino Stout from Lagunitas Brewing Company, California Pours dark brown with a frothy, clingy head. We’ve got a nearly imperial stout here, so it should be big on flavour with […]

    Cappuccino Stout

    Tweet Cappuccino Stout from Lagunitas Brewing Company, California Pours dark brown with a frothy, clingy head. We’ve got a nearly imperial stout here, so it should be big on flavour with […]

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  • Tweet Negra Stout from Companyia Cervesera del Montseny, Spain The first stout I’ve had from Spain and it was better than expected. A very dense head fades fairly quickly on this dark […]

    Negra Stout

    Tweet Negra Stout from Companyia Cervesera del Montseny, Spain The first stout I’ve had from Spain and it was better than expected. A very dense head fades fairly quickly on this dark […]

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  • Tweet Winter Beard Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout from Lakes of Muskoka Cottage Brewery, Canada This big 750ml bottle was filled to the brim, no skimping here! A seasonal, this Winter Beard stout, […]

    Winter Beard Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout

    Tweet Winter Beard Double Chocolate Cranberry Stout from Lakes of Muskoka Cottage Brewery, Canada This big 750ml bottle was filled to the brim, no skimping here! A seasonal, this Winter Beard stout, […]

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  • Tweet Ghosttown Stout from Brasseur De Montréal, Canada Pours a normal dark, slightly reddish hue. Definitely a stout, but the aroma is quite strong and different. Smells very herbal, absinthe […]

    Ghosttown

    Tweet Ghosttown Stout from Brasseur De Montréal, Canada Pours a normal dark, slightly reddish hue. Definitely a stout, but the aroma is quite strong and different. Smells very herbal, absinthe […]

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