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    Happy International Stout Day!

    Make sure to enjoy one! Then post what you enjoyed.

    That is all.
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    I plan to have a Sierra Nevada Narwhal this evening to commemorate the day!

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    I had some victory at Sea, which is a porter yesterday..... not sure what I will be doing stout-wise tonight....
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    I think I'll go with a Left Hand Milk Stout.

    Actually, since it's International maybe I will opt for my last bottle of Mikkeller Barrel-Aged Black Hole.
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    visiting a new (to me) local brewpub tonight. I will see what's on tap.

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    I will cheers to that!
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    Boring, boring 2008 Abyss for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeePhroh View Post
    Boring, boring 2008 Abyss for me.
    Ah, the dregs of the beer world.



    On a side note, 2008 is the best vintage yet, IMO. Drinking better now than 2006



    I will probably keep it light tonight, but we'll see what the cellar holds.

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    Seriously? This has to explain why I had a craving for a growler of my local tonight. Awesome.
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    I'm thinking maybe a Stone Mint Choco Imperial Stout...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boognish View Post
    I plan to have a Sierra Nevada Narwhal this evening to commemorate the day!
    Great plan! I just had a couple Narwhals and I must say they are amazing. Perfect for this time of year. I sat outside in my T-shirt in 40 degree weather and the narwhal warmed me right up.

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    The Narwhal hides it's 10.7% almost too well!

    I'm warming up with an Anchor "Our Special Ale", and the recipe is on the sweeter end this year. Still some herbal bitterness, but not overly juniper like it is in some years. I like the tree on the label this year, too.

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    Ahh, poop. Saw a guy walking out of the likker store with a sixxer of stout in hand, and I complimented him on his choice. He said "yeah, it's International Stout Day!"

    I wasn't sure whether to believe him or not- could have been like me saying, "yeah, it's International Beer Day," which I could say any ol' day.

    Needless to say, I didn't pick up any, I was on a budget..
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    Old Rasputin for me tonight at a local brewpub

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    Ninkasi Oatis oatmeal stout. $3.60 per bomber at my local convenience store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtmartino View Post
    Ah, the dregs of the beer world.



    On a side note, 2008 is the best vintage yet, IMO. Drinking better now than 2006



    I will probably keep it light tonight, but we'll see what the cellar holds.
    Ow...my head. I can't believe I drank the whole thing last night...

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    Didn't even know about stout day ( stout being one of the worlds greatest renewable resources, it should be revered and celebrated more than once a year ), but even in my ignorance I managed to down a couple StormKings.
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    I didn't know about it either but if makes it all better, I had a Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout yesterday and I am enjoying a Stone Imperial Russian Stout right now,

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