content top
Brewed By: Lexington Brewing Co. / Alltech

You must be signed in to rate beers or receive recommendations.
Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 839

Style: American Double / Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 401 Cross St, Lexington, KN 40508-2806, USA

ABV: 8%

People Who Liked This Beer Also Liked:We don't have enough ratings to say what beers are similar.
Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout

Image contributed by:

Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments.
JoKa profile pictureJoKa - April 3, 2015
It is a pleasant sipping beer but I expected more. It is on the thin side with highly-acidy coffee taste. I am missing the body and the bourbon. Update: it gets much better as it warms to room temperature.
jmelectec profile picturejmelectec - March 15, 2015
Good taste. Not a strong after taste a extremely smooth.
pnbllwiz profile picturepnbllwiz - February 28, 2015
Disappointing. Lacks any bold flavor usually associated with a barrel aged beer. profile - February 15, 2015
Average brew, coffee flavor, much better options in this category
MicroBeerMan profile pictureMicroBeerMan - February 5, 2015
Love this beer. Fabulous notes of coffee and oak bourbon. Would make a great breakfast beer, but I drank it with pizza and loved it.
cgiron profile picturecgiron - January 30, 2015
Dark espresso appearance with thin khaki head. Smoky, coffee, Bourbon, molasses and oak notes. Full-bodied and full-flavored.
Jailguard profile pictureJailguard - December 14, 2014
Good. I set myself up wanting it to taste like Bourbon County Stout. I like the beers they put out and im looking to try more. Not enough bourbon flavor
JoshH profile pictureJoshH - October 26, 2014
Tastes great!!
papachief profile picturepapachief - October 25, 2014
A true sipping beer. Smokey flavor with a bit of a nose. profile - July 12, 2014
Notes of coffee and chocolate. With a milky texture. Nice finish with a bourbon overnote. As a note. It is only aged in bourbon barrels. This tonality is carried through in the finish. You have to pay attention and use your nose. The complexity of the finish almost gives it a rosy aroma as the bourbon shines through.
< Previous -- 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 -- Next >