Imagine a cream ale with some stout characteristics. The mouth feel would be incredible and the aftertaste would lead to the next sip. Imagine no more, Kentucky Ale has created this incredible experience in a bottle of Winter Golden Stout.
Channel Dad Bryon Lape, as Brainmuffin, and Kelloggs are back with a beer review only a father and daughter could create. The Kentucky Ale Winter Golden Stout was a pleasant surprise on their big day of beer reviewing (yes, there were some Soju reviews recorded on this day as well). Remember the Pauliner Spezi review? It was recorded earlier and now the duo of Brainmuffin and Kelloggs are well lit.
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Adding coffee beans to a stout is not a completely new thing. Neither is aging a strong stout in a bourbon barrel. Kentucky Ale has taken both of these ideas and put them together: a coffee stout aged in bourbon barrels. The result is a strong coffee aroma with hints of vanilla and oak. This is a good balance of flavors.
Channel Dad Bryon Lape, in the guise of Brainmuffin, reviews the Kentucky Coffee Barrel Stout with his daughter Kelloggs. While he enjoys various strong beers, his daughter doesn't, but she really likes coffee. Will she like the Kentucky Coffee Barrel Stout?
Here is the description of the stout from the Kentucky Ale website:
Kentucky Coffee Barrel Stout is brewed and aged with Alltech® Café Citadelle Haitian coffee and aged in world-famous Kentucky bourbon barrels. The result is a complex stout with dark-roasted malts, hints of caramel and vanilla, and a lightly roasted coffee finish.
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