Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout

Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Coffee Stout

Everyday Goose Island smells Intelligentsia’s coffee-roasting next to the brewery. This world class roaster puts the same craftsmanship into their coffee as Goose Island does with its beer. Each year this excellent coffee stout is made with a different bean variety, chosen in collaboration with our brewers and Intelligentsia’s experts. With the change in coffee comes a change in the flavor profile, making each release truly unique from the previous years. The 2015 incarnation features Intelligentsia Los Delirios coffee from Nicaragua. Available nationwide in limited quantities.

This year, Goose Island went on an origin trip to Costa Rica with Intelligentsia to choose Flecha Roja, a roast that blends flavors of fruit and cherry, chocolate and nuttiness and a sublime aroma.

2016 Release - Intelligentsia Fletcha Roja

2015 Release - Intelligentsia Los Delirios

2014 Release - Intelligentsia Zirikana from Rwanda

2013 Release - Intelligentsia Los Inmortales

2012 Release - Intelligentsia La Tortuga Beans

2011 Release - Intelligentsia Anjilanaka Beans

2010 Release - Intelligentsia Black Cat Espresso Beans

  • Style: Barrel Aged, Imperial, Stout
  • Gravity: High Gravity (Above 6.2% by volume)
  • Available in: Bottle, Keg
  • Specialty: Limited Release
  • What Kind of Party: Cook Out, Upscale Event
  • Season: Year-Round
  • Type: Craft
  • Price: $$$$

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