As we exited 2019, I saw the social media chatter about “Dry January”. As I better understood what it was, I thought it would be a good idea to participate. It’s been some time since I took a break from the Stout circuit and figured that some time away would reset my palate, give meContinue reading “My Dry January…..”
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…..
Now for many of you, this is a seasonal holiday song made popular by both Andy Williams and Johnny Mathis However, for the Stoutwhisperer and many other Stout lovers, the most wonderful time of the year is now. It’s Stout season and we will raise our Stout glass this Thursday, November 1, by celebrating InternationalContinue reading “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…..”
The Art of the Deal (Stout Trading)
While our President-elect may have written a best selling book about dealing, my guess is that he wasn’t talking about trading craft beer…..and this is the topic for today’s blogpost. Trading beer is an art and a science; it’s an art in the fact that one needs to know when to say yes (orContinue reading “The Art of the Deal (Stout Trading)”
The Thrill of the Bourbon County Chase!
It’s an annual event for us Stout lovers….the Black Friday release of Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout along with the variants that accompany it. This year, Chicago based Goose released the original basic stout (BCBS), a coffee variant (BCBCS), a Barleywine, and the Chicago only release of Proprietor’s Stout. There was a Maple RyeContinue reading “The Thrill of the Bourbon County Chase!”