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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Stouts and other Delicacies

The night started big, with Stone's Imperial Russian Stout (10.5%). This tasty Rusky brew was described as the bulldyke of stouts... soooo meaty! It was agreed that this beer was good. Next came Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout from the Great Divide Brewing Co (9.5%). This one was OK, but not as good as the first. The group was split between a so/so and good. Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA (18%) was next. At $11 per 12 oz bottle, it's pricey. It has a very sweet taste, not as hoppy as one would expect, but packs a giant alcohol wallop! It rated a good. Sierra Nevada's Glissade (6.8%) was next. No idea what Glissade means (although Fred said that Busch Gardens used to have a coaster named Glissade), but the beer was alright and was rated a good, a great session beer. Next up was Sam Adams Irish Red (5.5%). I think we may have had this one before, but we took another shot at it. This beer has no soul. It's a forgettable, bland beer and rated a so/so. We finished the night with Brooklyn Brewing Co's Black Chocolate Stout (10.1%). I know we drank and rated this already, so there will be no additional comment. Sometimes the keeper of the book makes misakes!