Bursting Myths Surrounding Stouts

I don’t make my main breakdown of beer in terms of color, or flavor, or how it was fermented- I do it by gravity. This sort of contextual issue is a pretty good reason why- I’m all about ‘hell yeah’ to stouts in the summer, but like others in this thread, the ones I’m thinking of are the lower gravity stouts and porters. Along the same lines, when it’s hot outside (or inside), or when I’m active, I don’t want a high gravity beer of any sort (DIPA, Barleywine, Quad, etc.), and that’s where I lump Imperial Stouts; as a subset of high gravity beers, not of stouts.When the sun goes down and the temperatures drop, then I’m game for anything, though.

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