I have some ideas for stout recipes but before I get started I'm going to go out and focus on the style--try a bunch to see what I like and don't like.  When I find one I'm going to recreate the base recipe and modify it with my earth shattering, mind blowing methods and ingredients.

any suggestions on where to begin?



09/26/2012 6:22am

Have to start with Founders Breakfast Stout. One of the best out there in the coffee varietal. Then go the milk stout route. 3 Floyds Miloko, or the less expensive and more common Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout. Next are the Oyster Stouts.

09/26/2012 6:24am

Got cut off... I had a 3 Floyds collaboration Oyster that was out if this world. But it's not easy to find. I'm having trouble thinking of other examples at the moment but l

Brew Professor
09/26/2012 6:27am

Dammit! ...but look for the style.

Just thought of another good coffee stout that you can find around here. Ale Smith Speedway Stout. I actually saw it at the gas station up the street from me. I can give you some different shopping locations.

10/10/2012 10:52pm

i know i've had Founders Breakfast Stout and Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout. I'll add the others to my untappd wish list. next time i go to chicago give me a shopping list and i'll pick up some 3 floyds for you.


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