Stout – a dark top-fermented beer, originating in London, England as a ‘bolder’/’stronger’ porter, the original adjective stout meant “proud” or “brave.”

While most commonly found as a darker beer, with a number of different variations, it is also possible to find a Stout Pale Ale. Some distinct popular stouts include: Dry Stout, Imperial Stout, Baltic Porter and Milk Stout

Below are some of the Stouts we’ve tried, and reviewed.

The Stouts

Happy National Stout Day 2021: Thin Mint Edition!

Martin House Brewing brewed an impossible, perfect imperial/double stout that really resonated with the name, The Last Girl Scout, a classic take on the Girl Scout Cookies we all know and love. This boozy stout is just like taking a bite out of a mint chip, Girl Scout cookie. I get nervous trying bourbon, barrel-aged […]

Come drink beer in historic Butte, America – Butte Brewing Company

The top brewery in Butte, Montana and most historic, Butte Brewing Company, quickly became my favorite the day I arrived in this city. The new infrastructure of the brewery is a good looking building, and resembles the old Butte mining architecture. Butte Brewing Co. was founded in 1885, and has been a staple of the […]

The 818 hot spot: San Fernando Brewing

San Fernando Brewing is another home favorite brewery for those SFV locals, especially when traveling from Sylmar to Van Nuys, and is close to my suburb city Santa Clarita. This brewery has a great location in the valley, it is very accessible, and is well known throughout the LA county. This San Fernando brewery has […]


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