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Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Which Stout shall I drink? Which Stout will you drink?
From my current inventory, here's what I have to choose from for Drink A Stout Friday. I'll take your input and drink up to 3 of them. So, tell me what to drink, then go pick your stout....from your own stash! Anderson Valley Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout Bell's Expedition Stout Bell's Java Stout Bell's Cherry Stout Brooklyn Brewing Co. Black Chocolate Stout Dogfish Head Brewing Co. World Wide Stout Goose Island Oatmeal Stout Hopback Entire Stout Iron Hill Russian Imperial Stout Mackeson's XXX Stout Marin San Quentin's Breakout Stout North Coast Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout Ridgeway Lump of Coal Stout Stoudt's Fat Dog Stout Stoudt's Fat Dog Stout Whisky Barrel Aged Thirsty Dog Siberian Night Yards Brewing Co. Love Stout
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Oooh! A list of things to try.
The Brooklyn Black Chocolate is a personal favorite. I recommend that one.
I've got Bell's Java and Kalamazoo on hand and was considering one or both of those, so perhaps avoid the Java.
Black Chocolate sounds fun, as does the Goose Island.
I'll take one of each please :-)
You can send that Whisky Barrel Aged Fat dog to work with Patty on Friday...
I'll be bringing a growler to fill at the Pig on my way home. So what do you suggest from their stouts?
It looks like Stoudt's Fat Dog Stout was on tap last night, but I might suggest the following bottle, if they still have it in stock. Mmm, mmm, mmm
Oh, and I'm happy to share the barrel-aged Stoudt's, but give it away.....I'm a generous guy and all, but......
Brooklyn's Black Chocolate
Stoudt's Fat Dog
Ever have Thirsty Dog's Leg Humper? Pure heaven!
What about the Sly Fox's O'Reilly's Stout? Very good and local...
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