15 April 2011

WILK Friday BeerBuzz–15 Apr 2011 (Stoudt’s Fat Dog w/ Head Brewer Brett Kintzer)


I always enjoy sampling a great beer, but it’s even better to sample a really classic beer with the head brewer himself.  Today we sampled the perfect breakfast beer, Stoudt’s Fat Dog Imperial Oatmeal Stout with head brewer Brett Kintzer.

stoudt's fat dogFat Dog is one of Stoudt’s Big Beer series of brews and this 9% ABV brew did not disappoint.  I call I a breakfast beer ONLY because it is an “oatmeal” stout….from there Brett and the guys hop it up to become a pretty serious and really flavorful Imperial Oatmeal Stout.  This 55IBU stout will sneak up on you with it’s great chocolate and malty backbone, and for a 9% Imperial, you’ll find it to be really drinkable.

StoudtsNeonIt was fun talking to Brett and hearing more about the Brotherly Sudds beer being brewed TODAY @ Stoudt’s.  This beer will be the official beer of Philly Beer Week in June and it features some old-school Schmidt’s Brewery yeast so it should be really interesting to try.  It was also interesting to hear about the Brewery Battle of the Bands event to be held @ Stoudt’s on April 20th.  This is a great fund raiser and a lot of fun so be sure to check it out.


to  Brett, Nancy, John, Joe, & Bosco for yet another fun Friday. 

The Friday BeerBuzz…bringing good beers and good people together

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