American stout beer is perhaps one of the most identifiable creations of the American beer world. Stout beer is about as dark of an American beer as can be, and has a very noticeable of appearance, aroma and flavor. As one of the thicker, darker American beers on the craft beer scene, American stout beer is perfect for the colder seasons. American Stout Strikingly bold and undeniably beautiful, the American stout beer style blends generous amounts of dark malts with American hops to offer an adventurous experience that is unmatched by other styles of beer. Are you afraid of the dark? When it comes to American stout, don’t be. Allow your senses to run wild with this deceivingly sophisticated take on a European staple. Stout Beer in America Like many other beer styles that have become prized by American brewers and beer lovers alike, American stout is a distinct variant of a European stout beer counterpart. True to style, American stouts showcase generous quantities of the American hops fans have come to expect, and much like other stout beer types, American stout can be enjoyed year-round but is commonly considered a beer for the fall or winter months. The stout is a terrific companion to bold, hearty foods. Look for hearty game meats, as well as soups and strong cheeses to be particularly suitable for pairing for American stouts, in addition to a variety of after-dinner desserts.

  • SRM Color Scale
  • International Bitterness Units (IBUs)
    35 - 60
  • Alcohol by Volume (ABV)
    5.7% - 8.9%
  • Alcohol
    Mild to Noticeable
  • Hop Aroma/Flavor
    Hop aroma and flavor are medium to high, often with American citrus-type and/or resiny hop aromas. Hop bitterness is medium to high
  • Malt Aroma/Flavor
    Low to medium malt sweetness with low to medium caramel, chocolate, and/or roasted coffee flavor is present, with a distinctive dry-roasted bitterness in the finish. The contribution of roasted barley and roasted malt to astringency is low and not excessive. Slight roasted malt acidity is acceptable
  • Yeast Esters
    Fruity-esters flavors are low, if present
  • Yeast Phenols
    Not common to style
  • Body
  • Carbonation
    Low to Medium
  • Finish Length
    Medium to Long
  • Attenuation
    71 - 80
  • Hops
    Horizon, Centennial
  • Malt
    Pale, Black Roasted Barley, Chocolate, Crystal
  • Water
  • Yeast
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Sharp Cheddar
  • Entrée
    Grilled Lamb
  • Dessert
    Coffee Cake
  • Carbonation
    Slow to Medium Rising Bubbles
  • Clarity
    Clear to Opaque
  • Color
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