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  Stout - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A pint of stout awaits consumption with a slice of bread and butter.
Imperial stout was originally brewed in England for export to the court of the Tsar of Russia.
Oatmeal stout is a stout with a proportion of oats, normally a maximum of 5%, added during the brewing process.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stout   (1506 words)

 Articles on beer and beer related subjects. Ale. Ale is an ancient word for a fermented alcoholic beverage obtained ...
Ale is an ancient word for a fermented alcoholic beverage obtained chiefly from malted barley.
the name "ale" was exclusively applied to unhopped fermented beverages, the term "beer" being gradually introduced to describe a brew with an infusion of hops.
Ales are also usually served at a higher temperature than lagers: in the UK typically around 12 °C (54 °F) for an ale as compared to 8 °C (46 °F) for a lager.
www.mitchellsknysnabrewery.com /articlesale.htm   (544 words)

 Stout beer
Stout is a dark beer made using roasted malts.
Stout was first brewed by Guiness of Ireland and was originally called Stout-Porter, as its recipe was a variation of that for porter beer.
Imperial stout was originally brewed in England for import to the court of the Czar of Russia.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/st/Stout_ale.html   (179 words)

 Site Map for Beer - Ale - Stout
Brown Ale In the Stouth of England, a dark-brown ale, sweet in palate, low in alcohol (3-3.5 by volume).
In the northeast, a reddish-brown ale, drier, of 4.4-5.
Cask-conditioned Ale Draught ale that is neither filtered nor pasteurized and has a secondary fermentation and precipitation of yeast in a vented cask in the cellar of the pub.
www.beer-ale-stout.com /site_map.htm   (1029 words)

 Beer, ale and Malt Liquor: old British beer terminology
Ales were usually drunk as soon as they had cleared, after about 3 or 4 weeks in the cask.
Whilst ales had also adopted the use of hops, the quantity used was so much smaller as to make them readily distiguishable from heavily-hopped beers.
In the course of the 19th century, the ale suffix was increasingly used in the description of beers.
www.xs4all.nl /~patto1ro/beerale.htm   (1100 words)

 Different Types of Beer
Ale is an ancient word for a fermented alcoholic beverage obtained mostly from malted barley.
Ale is different from other brews because it is a top fermenting ale so the yeast tends to ferment quicker, convert less sugar to alcohol, and produce more esters than the lager yeasts.
Stout Ale originated in Ireland as a variant of porter beer.
www.nhliving.com /microbreweries/beertypes.shtml   (771 words)

 English Ales Brewery Monterey British Brewing Glossary
ale, brewed in the monastic tradition of the low countries but by secular brewers, often under license from a religious establishment.
A lighter-bodied companion to the stout, it possesses a less pronounced hop flavor than ale, and is a heavier brew than most, with just a hint of sweetness.
Originally 'stout porter', a stronger version of porter, but now indicates a number of distinct styles of dark beer, of which the best known is the dry, creamy Irish stout typified by Guinness, with a roastiness imparted by roasted barley.
www.englishalesbrewery.com /british-brewing-glossary.htm   (1543 words)

 rogue.com : Rogue Brews
The Morimoto Soba Ale is part of the new Signature Series of Rogue Ales, launched in the Spring of 2003 with internationally acclaimed Chef Masaharu Morimoto--a James Beard awarded chef and one of the stars of the Food Network series, Iron Chef.
Stout was first introduced by Guinness in Ireland as "Extra Stout" (a stronger version of their Porter).
Monk Madness Ale is brewed with 2-row Pale, Belgian Munich, Belgian Special B, Weyermann Melonodon, and Amber Malts; Belgian Nobles, Chinook, Amarillo, Centennial, and Summit Hops; measuring in at Plato 18 degrees, ABV 7.4 percent, 108 IBUs, 73 degrees Apparant Attenuation, and 66 Degrees Lovibond.
www.rogueale.com /brews.html   (7677 words)

 What's the difference between stout, ale, porter, lager, pilsner, and the other types of beer?
Whether the beer is an ale or lager is defined by the type of yeast used in the brew and the temperature at which fermentation takes place.
- Ales are brewed with top-fermenting yeasts at temperatures from 15 to 25 deg C. - Ales are matured for shorter periods and at warmer temperatures.
- Ales include a wide range of beer styles from porters and stouts (porter is a heavy beer of pronounced bitterness, reddish-brown to a very dark brown, but is usually lighter in body and malt character than stout) to pale ales and wheat beer.
www.answerbag.com /a_view.php/1832   (564 words)

 Wall Street Wheat
Mishawaka Brewing Company's "Founder's Stout" has been brewed since August 1992 and is the winner of multiple awards including the 1996 World Beer Cup's "Gold Cup", the 1998 World Beer Cup's "Silver Cup" and the 1995 Silver Medal Winner at the Great American Beer Festival.
It is an Irish-style dry stout with seven malts.  It has a roasted coffee flavor with a distinctive dry-roasted bitterness in the finish.
Founders Tom and Rick Schmidt invite you to taste and compare against all the other stouts.  You won't be disappointed.
www.mishawakabrewingcompany.com /FoundersStout.html   (143 words)

 Ale Street News, Beer Guide, Beer Rating, Beer Tasting, Beer Festivals, Brew Pubs, Pub Guide, Pub Crawls, Beer ...
But stouts have dark roasted malt flavors that resemble coffee, as well as bitter chocolate, and so are perfect platforms for the addition of coffee.
Next up was a beer that was also brewed with coffee from a roaster near the brewery, and it even came with a sample of the coffee it was brewed with.
We finished the tasting with Bells Java Stout, from Michigan-based Kalamazoo Brewing Co. This was a reddish fl opaque color, with a short lasting head.
www.alestreetnews.com /articles/15_2_17.htm   (1026 words)

 Beer, ale and Malt Liquor: old British beer styles
At the start of its rise to fame, IPA was one or two price classes (2d or 4d a gallon) higher Porters or Ales of the same gravity.
Stock Beer was a strong Beer which was matured for many months or years and then blended with young beers or ales to give them the aged flavour.
The "aged" taste, as was discoverd when it was isolated in 1903 by the Dane Niels Hjelte Claussen (who worked at the Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen), came from the action of Brettanomyces.
www.europeanbeerguide.net /beerale.htm   (3542 words)

 Melbourne's Ale and Stout •   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The following ales and stouts are available in Melbourne, with tasting notes as published by the brewery.
Coopers Dark Ale is a cask-conditioned, naturally brewed ale produced in the same manner as the Sparkling Ale, with the flavour lying somewhere between the Sparkling Ale and Stout.
Coopers Pale Ale is not a low alcohol beer - instead it sits in the middle ground, retaining a full fruit "ale" flavour.
www.melbournepubs.com /docs/beer-ale   (617 words)

 Beer & Ale Bottles
When bottled it was mostly for local distribution due to the issue of spoilage, though the heavier beers (porter, ale, stout) did preserve better than lager due to higher alcohol and hopping levels, both of which acted as preservatives (Wilson 1981; Papazian 1991).
During the first half of the 19th century, heavier ales were increasingly bottled and distributed in the eastern half of the U.S. though primarily within the immediate geographical region of the typically small breweries.
These early fl glass ale and porter bottles were referred to as "junk bottles" from at least the late 18th century through mid 19th century (McKearin and Wilson 1978).
www.blm.gov /historic_bottles/beer.htm   (11354 words)

 Show Your Irish at Beer Guides at Epicurious.com
The beautiful reddish-amber color of this ale hints at the notes of caramel, butterscotch, restrained fruitiness, and light roast in its flavor.
This 4.2-percent-alcohol ale is a soft and gentle brew, with notes of orange and milk chocolate in the aroma and an off-dry and mildly fruity body.
A deep-amber ale with a nutty, lightly fruity nose and hint of fruit and dried leaf in the balanced, quenching body.
www.epicurious.com /drinking/beer/holidaybeer/irish_stout   (1428 words)

 Stout, Belgium beer, Belgian beer glasses, Beer Travel, Global Beer Network
Very dark, with high food value, stout was the staple beer of the laborers in the Flemish textile factories, the Walloon coal mines and on the docks of the Flemish harbors, where physical labor was exhausting, and 12-14 hour days the standard.
These Belgian stouts are ‘milder’, which means sweeter than the Irish stouts.
Stouts had a very manly image with muscular arms pictured on the publicity posters.
www.globalbeer.com /body_pages/pages-beer/Stout.html   (118 words)

 Schlafly Beer Styles
This unfiltered American wheat ale is light in color, body and bitterness, with the delicious finish of wheat malt.
This Bavarian-style unfiltered wheat ale is light in color and medium-bodied with a fruity and clovey aroma and flavor imparted by the German yeast.
This unfiltered wheat ale is brewed with a Belgian yeast and flavored with orange peel and coriander.
www.schlafly.com /beers.shtml   (1155 words)

 Ireland: Irish Ale and Stout Party
That is, snacks made from ale, stout and lagers.
Stouts can be sweet or bitter, even coffee-ish in taste.
Brown ales are versatile in use, with a pleasant malty flavor, frequently tangy.
www.globalgourmet.com /destinations/ireland/party.html   (127 words)

 Sector Insight: Ale and stout - Losing out to lager
Sales of ale and stout, traditionally the choice of older drinkers, are struggling, so it is vital for brands to attract younger drinkers.
Ales and stouts are consumed typically by older drinkers, but even an aging population is failing to boost sales.
Lager continues to grow at the expense of ales and stouts, but although ales are in long-term decline, with volumes falling by about 5% annually, premium ales are performing better than mainstream ones.
www.tmcnet.com /usubmit/2006/07/05/1704556.htm   (1683 words)

 Saranac Brewing Company's Stout Ale
According to the brewer, the ale is "…lavishly brewed with seven unique malts and grains as well as a selection of memorable hops…" Sounds good to me! The drinker is initially greeted to an irresistible aroma of molasses, nuts, grain, and spicy hops.
As the ale warms, the roasted malt, hops and new coffee bitterness increases and provides a memorable finish.
This is a lively and solid example of a stout ale, that would be great with fresh bread and flavored cheeses.
www.beerwineonline.com /Main/Beer/Beer41.html   (406 words)

 Realbeer.com Beer Community - Rogue Dead Guy Ale/Shakespear stout/Indian Pelican ale/Tsunami Stout
The stout has a rich but mellow taste of malt, Carmel, and chocolate and is light to moderatly hopped.
I am not a fan of stouts as a class (Oddly they are my favorite to brew) But I would say th the best I have ever had.
The pelican pub and brewery is located in pacific city just a few short miles drive from lincoln city or cloverdale.
www.realbeer.com /discussions/showthread.php?s=be395a9c64bafa41260874954f45c1dc&postid=33616   (573 words)

 Redhook and Starbuck's collaborate on coffee-flavored Double Black Stout - Redhook Ale Brewery Inc.; Starbucks Coffee ...
The Redhook Ale Brewery and Starbucks Coffee Co. have collaborated on a new beer, called Double Black Stout.
Customer feedback on the company's Blueline Coffee Stout were positive, and this spurred Redhook to develop the new beer.
Double Black Stout is brewed from six varieties of malted barley, with the addition of wheat honey and two hop varieties (and the coffee, of course).
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m3469/is_n41_v46/ai_17593468   (351 words)

 Marin Brewing Co. - Our Beers
Our richest ale has a deep copper color, is full flavored and very hoppy in the finish.
Our amber-colored ale has a rich malty flavor, a smooth taste and a hoppy aroma finish.
It is brewed with a large amount of Crystal Malts which are roasted to add flavor and color to this ale.
www.marinbrewing.com /pages/beers.htm   (578 words)

 New Holland Brewing Company: Brews
New Holland Brewing Company was founded on two principles: perfect each beer recipe with all the passion and idealism of a true artist, then replicate that art with a painstaking consistency rarely seen from a microbrewery.
The result is a family of year-round, seasonal and a specialty line of beers, ranging from pale ale to stout, that can all be labeled absolutely delicious.
A smooth and malty red ale that evokes spring’s renewing spirit.
www.newhollandbrew.com /brews.html   (160 words)

 English Black & Tan
It is a blending of pale ale and stout.
Our beer will be deep, deep amber in color, and will exhibit the fruity esters that are characteristic of ales.
Carbonation and head retention properties are comparable to a pale ale, with a floral, estery, and aromatic profile from dry hopping.
www.ebrew.com /dark_ale/english_black_tan.htm   (121 words)

 Big Beef & Beer -Beer Review, Ale, Pilsner, Stout, Lager, Porter, Cider!
The ale goes down smooth and does not have a bitter aftertaste.
I did not like it at first but it grew on me -- it may have been the alcohol content -- 7.6% -- or maybe it was just good.
The ale grew on me but I could not get over the 'distinctive' clove taste or the price.
www.bigbeefandbeer.com /beer012700.htm   (279 words)

 Woodbridge Homebrewers Ale & Lager Enthusiast Society
Woodchuck Cider and Bass Ale "This 50/50 mix is common in bars that carry hard cider on tap.
Pouring your stout slowly over a spoon may help, but it really can be hit or miss depending on a number of factors that were all gone over in detail.
Yet a "Black and Tan" will yield a mix of ales, stout (which is an ale) and another lighter colored ale (such as Bass).
www.whalesclub.org /minutes/0301.html   (1667 words)

 Laurelwood Public House&Brewery
Space Stout is dominated by rich coffee and chocolate malt flavors.
Nearly opaque, his is a creamy full-bodied ale.
Chad: "This beer is as dark and they come.
www.laurelwoodbrewpub.com /brewery_spacestout.php   (38 words)

 Coopers Brewery Best Extra Stout Dark Ale Vintage Ale
There was a number of large, highly competitive breweries already established but Thomas Cooper was a born entrepreneur with barrels of energy, purpose and vision.
He discovered his talent as a brewer by accident when his wife asked him to brew up a batch of ale to be used as a tonic from an old family recipe.
Word quickly spread and he soon found himself brewing the now world-famous Coopers Sparkling Ale and Extra Stout for a growing number of loyal customers.
www.wallywine.com /m-1528-coopers-brewery.aspx   (176 words)

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