Fermly Selects: Five Stouts For Stout Month
Here’s a round up of five different varieties of Stout made by our Fermly customers, ranging in styles from hop-forward American Stout to big, bold Imperial Stouts crafted with artisan chocolate and mountain-roasted coffee. What were the best beers you drank this #StoutMonth?
Toasty Imperial Stout, Outer Range Brewing Co.
Brewed with S'mores, coffee from nearby Mountain Dweller Roasters in Frisco, and vanilla beans, this appropriately named 9.1% ABV Outer Range Imperial Stout will surely keep you warm this #StoutMonth.
Dublin Dry Stout, Pryes Brewing
Minneapolis dwellers, fancy yourselves a sessionable, independently crafted Dry Irish Stout. The Dublin Dry Stout, brewed with a grain bill of 6 different malts and oats, from Pryes Brewing is available in Crowler and Growler pours to-go.
Chocolate Pomegranate No Line Imperial Stout, Baere Brewing
This Imperial Stout is brewed with Guatemalan Cocoa Nibs from Denver’s Cultura Chocolate, and added Pomegranate. Sixteen ounce cans of this 9% ABV treat are available at Baere’s tasting room, and as part of their Stout Month Mix Pack that also includes Raspberry No Line, Black Ryeday (Imperial Stout brewed with Belizean Cocoa Nibs from Cultura Craft Chocolate and Caraway Seeds and Fennel Seeds from Savory Spice), and Blueberry Moonlight Magic (an American Stout crafted with Blueberry and malt from Troubadour Maltings).
Garden State Stout, New Jersey Beer Co.
A fittingly named chocolate Stout for its namesake brewery, the 6.6% ABV Garden State Stout is an homage to the hardworking people of New Jersey, brewed with Belgian dark chocolate, malts and just enough hop character for balance.
This Beer Really Ties the Room Together, Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery
And it really ties this list together, too. Don’t miss this Blonde Milk Stout with a blend of Boulder’s Ozo Roasters espresso and coffee, and Dominican Republic Cacao Nibs from Ethereal Confections. Sixteen-ounce cans of this 6% ABV Stout can be found at Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery in downtown Denver.