International Stout Day
Stout beer is a dark, malty, and boozy beer that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Stout is a strong word!
International Stout Day is a day to celebrate this rich, creamy, and generous beer.
The stout, which is a descendant of the porter beer that was first produced in the early 1800s, is a darker, stronger version of a mid-alcohol beer. In London, the first stout beer was likely created in 1730. Then, the brewery grew and developed, eventually moving east to make the Russian Imperial Stout.
Guinness is one of the most well-known stout beer producers. This Irish beer company has been making porters since 1780s. They also have the Dry Stout and Irish Stout.
Over the past two centuries, stout beer has continued to evolve and grow with new flavors such as chocolate stouts, oatmeal stouts, coffee stouts, and oyster stouts. This type of dark beer is versatile and can be enjoyed in a variety of different ways.
These ideas will help you celebrate International Stout Day.
Relax and go to your local pub or bar. If possible, try an Irish pub! Order a stout beer for the evening after work. You might choose the Guinness Irish Stout, or you could try something more unusual like the Original Reaper by Half Acre, which is brewed in Chicago.
There are so many stouts available today that it would be unfair to pass up some of them on International Stout Day. Enjoy a different stout beer to celebrate the occasion, like these:
International Stout Day is a great day to celebrate beer lovers, but stout fans in particular can be excited by the opportunity to invite their neighbors, friends and coworkers. Perhaps it’s just a backyard barbecue where everyone brings their favorite stout to share with others.
Perhaps it should be taken more seriously. This International Stout Day could involve a large community event with taste tests, local stout-brewing contest, music and food. This is the day to celebrate stout beer around the world, regardless of how small or large it may be.