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Back in 1992, Chicagoans were the first drinkers to give a dark, viscous imperial stout aged in Bourbon barrels a try. That beer, of course, is Bourbon County Stout.Released in small batches each year, Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout is now consistently rated one of the best beers in the world. We can’t think of another annual beer release that generates quite as much excitement around the world as this one does.This year’s release has been aged in a mix of Heaven Hill, Buffalo Trace, and Wild Turkey barrels. It yields a rich, complex mouthfeel. Flavours of cocoa, fudge, vanilla, caramel, almond, plus leather and tobacco, permeate this beer and deepen with each sip. It’s a bit special.
Great breweries start with a clear vision. Founder John Hall’s was to bring the best of European beer styles to Chicago. Since its modest beginnings in a brewpub in 1988, Goose Island went on to make some of America’s greatest beer, including Goose IPA that won medals not just once, but six times at the Great American Beer Festival.
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