- n. Plural form of stout.
“Once you've absorbed the brewers' jargon, stocked up on the necessary equipment and swallowed a digestible dose of the relevant science, you'll be working with wort, mastering malt, sparging your grains, differentiating stouts from pilsners and pairing your swills with anything from swine to spiced pear tart.”
“American imperial stouts are thick as molasses, and just as dark.”
“While almost every American beer's Dr. Jekyll has its Mr. Hyde, from double pilsners to triple IPAs to Belgian quadrupels, extreme stouts command an especially frenzied scene.”
“Today, those so-called imperial stouts reign stateside.”
“Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal American imperial stouts are thick as molasses, and just as dark.”
“Read on to discover two chili recipes one vegan, the other vegetarian and breweries that produce thirst-invoking, organic stouts.”
“On this side of the Atlantic, craft brewers are known for their powerful beers, and most stateside stouts are not Irish, but Russian, made to mimic the extra-strong brews that warmed the Russian Empire in the 18th century.”
“But when it comes to pure flavor, Guinness cedes its foamy crown to American-brewed Irish-style stouts.”
“Not as viscous as other Irish stouts, this one leads with its nose instead of its body.”
“Indeed, it's almost certainly no exaggeration to suggest that some foolhardy bar-stool all-rounder with a few too many stouts on board has already claimed in all sincerity to understand the complexities of the Duckworth-Lewis method.”
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