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Weyerbacher Sunday Morning Stout (KBS Killer?) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Sunday Morning Stout, a barrel aged stout from brewmaster Chris Wilson and his team at Weyerbacher. Aptly named too, as SMS is a stout aged in bourbon barrels with coffee. The best part of waking up. Read More »

Lagunitas High West-ified Imperial Stout | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

A rich, malty Imperial Stout brewed with Dogfather’s Roar coffee beans from Petaluma Coffee Co., then let it vintag-ize in High West Rye and Bourbon Barrels. Read More »

AleSmith Speedway Stout – Bourbon Barrel Aged with Vietnamese Coffee | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Vietnamese Speedway stout aged in bourbon barrels. Read More »

Modern Times City of the Dead (2015) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Modern Times is the first brewery/roastery in the world to make beer with barrel-aged coffee beans. The barrel-aged coffee adds layer upon layer of rich bourbon, oak, and vanilla character to the underlying nutty, floral, full-bodied Guatemalan coffee. As a result, City of the Dead is an outrageously complex and flavorful stout, even though the beer itself has not spent any time in barrels. You can buy yourself a bag of our house-roasted barrel-aged beans – and even sign up for a coffee subscription – at moderntimesmerch.com. Read More »

Pizza Boy Sunny Side Up | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Sunny Side Up Coffee Stout brewed with a special blend of coffee from local roaster Little Amps Coffee. Read More »

FiftyFifty Imperial Eclipse Stout – Evan Williams 23 Year Barrel | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

2014 Imperial Eclipse Stout (Evan Williams 23 Year) = Navy Blue Wax Read More »

Abita Bourbon Street Barrel Aged Imperial Stout | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Bourbon Street Stout is an Imperial Stout that is aged in Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon barrels. Our Imperial Stout is brewed with a combination of pale, caramel, chocolate and roasted malts. Oats are also added to give the beer a fuller and sweeter taste. The roasted malts give the beer its dark color as well as its intense flavor and aroma. After fermentation the beer is cold aged for 6 weeks. This is necessary for all of the flavors of the malt and hops to balance and produce a very smooth flavor. After the cold aging the beer is transferred into the bourbon barrels. It is then aged for another 8 weeks to absorb all of the flavors from the barrels. The result is a strong stout that brings out the roasted flavors from the malt and the warming toasted, vanilla, and bourbon flavors ... Read More »

Belching Beaver Horchata Imperial Stout | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

A salute to our south of the border brothers brewing great beer! An imperial stout brewed with vanilla, cinnamon and rice malt with a creamy medium body. It’s a real treat and dessert in a glass! Read More »

Evil Twin/Stillwater Artisanal Even Less Jesus| Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

“Sometimes less is more, and more or less we tend to stay on the delicate side of things with our beers.. but to get down with the hip cats we decided to give a go at a big dog of a brew and mix up Evil Twin’s beast.. but of course in a true existential Stillwater fashion.” Read More »

Stone Stochasticity Project Master of Disguise (Golden Imperial Stout) | Beer Geek Nation Craft Beer Reviews

Things aren’t always what they seem, but not all deception is devious. Some illusions and misnomers lead to life’s most delightful surprises. Case in point-this beer, the yang to the yin that is the black India pale ale. Once revolutionary for its onyx appearance, it is now an accepted and beloved member of the India pale ale family tree. Thus we took the spirit of a dark brew-the time-honored stout-and applied a similar science of thought, brewing it to the golden-hued. That is what this experimental series and its latest creation are all about. Cocoa and coffee beans impart roastiness sans darkening to this brew, while flaked oats provide an enveloping mouthfeel. The result is a stout that looks more like a blonde, but is a raven beauty at heart. Read More »