Tag Archives: bourbon barrel

Stout Brewer’s Reserve by Central Waters Brewing Company – Beer Review

Stats Style: Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout Package: 12 oz Bottle ABV: 9.5% I’m a sucker for a good bourbon barrel stout, but let’s be real who isn’t. Being in Michigan has spoiled me with breweries like Founders, Dark Horse and Bells brewing up some of the best BBA stouts in the world. I’m a self-proclaimed craft beer connoisseur so sometimes I need to see what other states have to offer. One of my more recent bottle acquisitions was the Brewer’s Reserve Stout by Central Waters…

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2016 KBS – First Impressions of Kentucky Breakfast Stout

Founders KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout) Beer Review – First Impressions of Kentucky Breakfast Stout 2016 I have made no bones about the use of beer mules to help me get my hands on beers across the country. My favorite is Loman, a sixty-something non-drinker that travels the country non-stop for his job. One thing I neglected to mention about Loman is where he hangs his hat; right outside of Grand Rapids, MI Aka Beer City USA Aka home of Founders Brewing Company. Did I also mention…

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2015 KBS and the Bourbon Barrel Obsession

Editors Note: This celebrated beer demands a lot of attention and I thought some additional input from a few of us would be fun. Don created the foundation for this post, John and I contributed our thoughts at the footing.  This is KBS! Featured Contributor:  Don Manfredi  @profmanfredi I have always said that the best thing to mix with alcohol is alcohol. Drinks like Manhattans and Martinis are perfect examples of this theory in practice. This idea is one reason why aging beer in bourbon barrels works…

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