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Brewed By: Goose Island Beer Co. (Anheuser-Busch InBev)

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Number of Ratings: 93

Style: American Double / Imperial Coffee Stout

Brewed In: 1800 West Fulton St. Chicago, IL 60612, USA

ABV: 14.3%

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Bourbon County Brand - Coffee Stout (2012)

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codehead profile picturecodehead - December 19, 2015
Christmas, 2015. At slightly above room temperature this is syrupy sweet, subtlety coffee forward. Wonderful complexity, and the 14.3 percent ABV is well masked. Lives up to the hype - buy it if you can get it.
jgunther profile picturejgunther - January 1, 2015
Having the 2014 edition now. Sweet coffee flavor. A little less bourbon flavor than the original bourbon county. Still a flavor powerhouse. Wonderful beer but I do prefer the original better.
mrd775 profile picturemrd775 - November 23, 2014
Had the 2013 edition and drank it in NOV 2014. What can I say? It's awesome. Definitely a boozy brew. Nice coffee and chocolate notes. Definite sweetness due to high ABV. Really, really enjoyable.
Todd T profile pictureTodd T - July 14, 2014
Amazing coffee stout. Big coffee chocolate and bourbon in both the aroma and taste. Velvety smooth and thick .... Awesome mouthfeel. Definitely a world class stout
codehead profile picturecodehead - April 28, 2013
One word - wow. A flavor so complex as to almost defy description. Extremely flavorful and robust, yet not overly filling. If you enjoy stouts and can find this, do yourself a favor- buy it and enjoy it. You will not be disappointed.
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - March 16, 2013
15MAR13, Cole's house 22oz, stemless wine glass Sweet nose with heavy and sweet bourbon notes with a hint of cherry. The coffee is kind of subtle flavor. You can definitely tell that it's the kind of oddity which is adding flavor to the beer, but it doesn't overwhelm. It melds into the flavor very very nicely.
davl22 profile picturedavl22 - January 10, 2013
Pours like an oil slick, slight dark brown head, heavy coffee/mocha/ vanilla aroma that gets more intense as it warms. Dried fruit and fresh dark roasted coffee that slides into sweetness then into a lingering coffee bitterness on the finish. The flavor's/ aroma are so intense. Almost no heat despite the 14.5 abv. Superb brew