About Flavored Stout

About Flavored Stout
Flavored stouts are brown to dark brown and average between 6.5-8.5% in alcohol with variations depending on the interpretation of the style. They can be sweet or dry and commonly derive their flavor from dark fruits, coffee, and chocolate added during the brewing process in addition to the standard malt, hops, yeast and water. Noteworthy examples of this style include: Rogue Double Chocolate Stout, Young’s Double Chocolate Stout and New Glarus Coffee Stout.

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Elmhurst Brewing Company Fools Gold Golden Stout Cold-Brewed Coffee Ale
85 points
A hoppy, coffee-flavored ale with a distinctive fruity profile.