Thread: Food and Drink 50 Beers to Try Before You Die
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Old 11-27-2010, 01:16 AM   #605
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Originally Posted by the Talking Can View Post
well, after drinking numerous Great Divide Espresso Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stouts (because it was a revelation) i finally moved on to some other stouts

rogue shakespeare stout - a good beer, but didn't wow me for some reason, thin body, probably still comparing things unfavorably to the yeti

stone imperial russian stout - very fine, enjoyed immensely

and now tonight for the ku game:


left hand brewery 2009 oak aged imperial stout


on recommendation of my beer guy (also have a Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout as backup, i'm reading some very mixed reviews for the left hand, oh well)...he also mentioned a Mikkeller Chipotle Porter, anyone tried it?

hard to imagine liking it for more than a few drinks
Try the Shakespeare apart from some of the other bigger beers before writing it off. A fantastic example of the stout style, IMHO. The Sam Smith is also a very tasty stout...
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