Guinness Isn’t Your Only Option: 5 Stouts You Should Not Be Without

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OK, the rhyme was a bit forced, but the beers we’ll discuss today won’t need to be forced on anyone… they’re amazing. The stout variety of beer is one of the most exciting: you can expect so many twists and turns from this subset of brews, from crazy sweet to bitter to chocolate to smoky to anything a brewer dreams up, is basically where we’re headed with that one.
The iconic dark color of a stout comes from the deep roasting of the malted grains used in brewing them. But if you see dark brown beer and all you think of is Guinness, then get the hell out of our club house—I mean… then you are in for some serious treats!
Guinness Isn’t Your Only Option: 5 Stouts You Should Not Be Without
Image credit: Thedrinknation.com
OK, the rhyme was a bit forced, but the beers we’ll discuss today won’t need to be forced on anyone… they’re amazing. The stout variety of beer is one of the most exciting: you can expect so many twists and turns from this subset of brews, from crazy sweet to bitter to chocolate to smoky to anything a brewer dreams up, is basically where we’re headed with that one.
The iconic dark color of a stout comes from the deep roasting of the malted grains used in brewing them. But if you see dark brown beer and all you think of is Guinness, then get the hell out of our club house—I mean… then you are in for some serious treats!
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Now go out and get some stout! With the colder months finally upon us, now is indeed the time to turn to darker, full-bodied beers, and we guarantee any of these on today’s list will go well with the coming cold. Or with desert. Or lunch.