Sunday, December 14, 2008

Goose Island Bourbon County Stout on tap.

We managed to get our hands on one of the most talked-about beers of the last year, Goose Island's Bourbon County Stout. The 1000th batch of beer made at the original Goose Island brewpub in Chicago, this massive stout has been aged in bourbon barrels for 100 days. It's a dense, dark beer with aromas of charred oak, chocolate, vanilla, and smoke. Come by soon if you want to get a taste of what Beer Advocate is raving about.

3 comments:

Rudy said...

This year's batch is very good. That is all.

Rudy from Chicago

Mike said...

Nice addition to an already nice line. We're keeping our keg of the Bourbon County Stout in storage for a bit.

J-C. G. Rauschenberg said...

Cellaring it is definitely a good idea. We just couldn't wait. See you around...