Goose Island Bourbon County Fourteen Stout

Goose Island Beer Company
Chicago, IL, United States of America

Vital Statistics

Type: Stout
Release: Limited Rotating (vintaged)
Bitterness: 60 IBU

From the brewer

For the first time ever, we’re digging into the Proprietor’s (Chicago-only release) vault and bringing back a fan favorite with Bourbon County Fourteen Stout. But this time, it’s with a twist. We’re paying homage to the popular Proprietor’s 2014 recipe, but upping the rye ante by adding rye to the mash bill. Layering cassia bark, cocoa nibs, panela sugar, and coconut water, this stout has an intricate, sweet and spicy flavor profile that will have fans going back sip after sip.

Average Scores

Overall: 58 (logged 1 time)
Bottle: 58 (logged 1 time)

Who's been drinking this

2021 release
Too thick, too young, too sweet, and here's my first rule of cinnamon (or cassia) beers, it doesn't matter what else you put into it, it just tastes like cinnamon. This might as well be a second-rate Mexican cake stout. And for being based on a legendary beer, I just wanted to taste some coconut.
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