Roak Brewing is back with it’s 3rd released iteration of their Devil Dog Oatmeal Stout. Following up on the French Toast Devil Dog, this time around it’s the Bourbon Barrel Aged French Toast Devil Dog (which is a mouthful). Today I’m going to be taking a comparison between the regular french toast devil dog and it’s bba version. How does this bourbon barrel aged french toast stout hold up? Which will come out on top? Watch!Continue reading “Roak Brewing – Bourbon Barrel Aged French Toast Devil Dog Review”
Released in conjunction yearly with their Fury for a Feast festival, Witch’s Hat is at it again and today I have 2018’s Traxxx Night Fury – a 13.5% Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout. This is the first time that I’ve had Traxxx, and I have viewer Randy Peiffer to thank for that. I’ll be diving in with an open mind, but was it worth the wait? You’ll just have to watch to find out!Continue reading “Witch’s Hat – Traxxx Night Fury BBA Imperial Stout!”
This is my first non-Michigan beer review! Thanks to viewer Ryan Walsh, he tipped me off that Stone was looking for YouTube beer reviewers to give their Totalitarian Imperial Russian Stout the fair and honest treatment. Stone reached out and also sent along A nutbutter of the same name by Nutista.
The nutbutter by Nutista was developed in collaboration with Stone, so I’m giving that a try as well.
Stone’s Totalitarianism Imperial Russian Stout:
Totalitarian Imperial Russian Stout Nutbutter:
Stone’s Totalitarianism Imperial Russian Stout was provided free of charge by Stone in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.
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For today’s Breview4U, I’m looking at Your Grandmother on French Toast from Pigeon Hill Brewing Company, which is a whiskey barrel aged version of their Your Mom on French Toast. I really enjoyed “Your Mom”, and thought it had some great maple, vanilla and cinnamon flavors. Does whiskey make it better? Watch and find out!
Der Roest by Ellison Brewing and Spirits is one of the most intriguing stouts I’ve had since Brewery Vivant’s Tart Side of the Moon. It’s a bourbon barrel aged imperial stout, but unlike most BBA stouts, it doesn’t taste heavily of bourbon. Is Der Roest from Ellison Brewing and Spirits for you? Stay tuned!