Beer Reviews: Stone Brewery Mint Coffee Milk Stout

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  • [ – ] MrJoelDee reply Looked thick when you were pouring it. Was it a thick beer or did it just appear that way? That's the only thing about these beers that I've been trying lately.......the big bottles. I guess that's the norm, I dunno, and I end up drinking it all, just sometimes wish they were more of a normal size. I found out the hard way a few weeks ago when I went into my local Kroger for some other items and decided I'd check out if they had any interesting beer flavors. I found several to try. They were all individual, regular sized bottles. Got to the register and found out you can't mix several kinds. They all have to be a 6 pack of the same kind/flavor. What a bummer. That sucked. Needless to say I told the cashier to forget it. Since then, I only buy from beverage stores. May have to get the big bottles, but at least I can get every flavor I wanna try.
    • November_Fox parent reply It wasn't any thicker than normal for a stout. I too run into the same issue as you when buying individual beers. More often than not my only option is to get the big bottle. However, if you know where to look you can find smaller beers as individuals. A lot of times the beers you see me review came from a 6 pack of that beer. The obvious downside side is if I don't like the beer, I'm then stuck drinking the other five. However, one pro with buying a six pack I recently ran into is When i was recording a video a couple of weeks ago. I had a major mess up in the video that took place after I had already cracked the beer open. Fortunately I had another 5 of the same beer in the fridge to try again. Of course this is only a benefit if you're a beer reviewer.
  • [ – ] EquallyWorthless reply Mint is my favorite flavor, so I feel a little disappointed, too, even though I wouldn't drink it anyway.
    • November_Fox parent reply I'm pretty impartial to Mint flavor, but I do see how the right amount of it can really work for a beer. Especially in stouts and other sweet beers.
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