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    Laganitus Soco Stout

    Daum, I'm counting the time until a growler reaches me....Anyone tried this yet? I'm a huge fan of both! Since to port infuse Hairy eyeball this could be my new favorite from them.

    They also have the bourbon BA Stout but wont growler it....
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    So you have a growler coming?

    I thought this was a tasting room only release, and it was back in November, near Thanksgiving.

    From what I know, its' a Sonoma County stout aged in "dirty" Pinot/Chard barrels with Brettanomyces. Aged two years, and blended.
    Supposedly very sour, but pleasant enough.

    Hope you're not expecting a Southern Comfort barrel aged stout

    Let us know what you think!

    Edit: Just checked their current tap list, and it is in fact on.
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    Hummm, well than I'll be a monkey's uncle was expecting Southern Comfort....lol oh well I'll give it a try, not a sour fan though.

    The tap room board on the website says they will growler it...Haven't hear from my transporter about it getting worried....I need a lunch time beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFryauff View Post

    From what I know, its' a Sonoma County stout aged in "dirty" Pinot/Chard barrels with Brettanomyces.

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    Honestly, that sounds better to me than a Southern Comfort BA Stout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Hungus View Post
    Honestly, that sounds better to me than a Southern Comfort BA Stout.
    I agree!
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