Stoup Brewing

Commercial Brewery | Seattle, WA, United States of America

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Stoup Brewing (Kenmore, WA, United States of America)
Stoup Brewing (Seattle, WA, United States of America)


Overall average: 73 (logged 20 times)
Stoup Bavarian Hefeweizen: 75 (logged 1 time)
Bavarian Hefeweizen
Stoup Cascadian Dark Ale
Black IPA / Cascadian Dark Ale / American Black Ale
Stoup Citra IPA: 96 (logged 2 times)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Stoup German-Style Pilsner: 58 (logged 1 time)
German Pilsner
Stoup Hoppy Harvest Ale
Amber / Red Ale
Stoup II IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA (Imperial / Double)
Stoup Imperial Porter
Porter (Imperial / Double)
Stoup IPA: 67 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Stoup Lucky McStoup’s Magical Elixir IPA: 67 (logged 1 time)
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Stoup Mercutio: 83 (logged 1 time)
Wild Ale
Stoup MK Special Bitter
English Pale Ale / Bitter
Stoup Mosaic Pale Ale: 75 (logged 2 times)
American Pale Ale
Stoup New Kick Coffee Brown: 75 (logged 1 time)
Brown Ale
Stoup Nothwest Red Ale
Amber / Red Ale
Stoup Robust Porter: 61 (logged 4 times)
Stoup Rum Barrel-Aged Dark Strong Ale: 75 (logged 1 time)
American Strong Ale
Stoup Session IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA
Stoup Shapka Barrel Aged Imperial Stout: 83 (logged 1 time)
Stoup Silence Has a Sound Winter Lager: 67 (logged 1 time)
American Amber Lager
Stoup T2R Haymaker Triple IPA
American India Pale Ale / IPA (Imperial / Double)
Stoup Weissbier
Bavarian Hefeweizen
Stoup Winter Warmer
Winter Warmer


Flying Bike Bike Rye'd Saison (collaboration): 67 (logged 1 time)
Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Logs for beers from this brewery

Maybe this is because it was the end of my flight, but this was a very pleasant surprise. Remarkably clean and easy drinking while still being fairly tart. Effervescent, grapey, dry in a kind of brut champagne way but finishes super-clean. Well balanced with a bit of hop florality.
Sweet, medium thick, quite a lot of whiskey character. The sweetness comes from the whiskey rather than any kind of inherent or syrupy flavoring and there is a medium bitterness that follows on from a combination of roast and light hops. It's been a while but this seems more in the mold of a Big Bad Baptist or a Lagunitas Willettized than, say, a Parabola.
Smells sweet. Buttery, toffee, coffee, although at its center it is not sweet at all, and in fact a bit dry. Roasty finish. Really nice.
Light and caramel, but backed by a strong grassy bitterness. A little bit roasty. Anyway, I appreciated the assertiveness of this beer, took it up to enjoyment.
Light, subtle barrel notes. Dry character, with Stoup’s customary on-the-edge-of-burnt flavor is nicely tempered by the wood. Barely sour, with a slight uric finish.
Vegetal and molassesy, like chewing on sugar cane.
Very solid hefe, lots of banana and light clove spice. A very balanced flavor; I don't know that I would have noticed this normally but coupled with some very unbalanced beers this seemed glowingly good.
Pretty good pils. Bitter and fairly clear, with only a hint of the brackishness that I don't like.
Smells really good .It's more bitter than you'd expect from a saison (no doubt that's the rye talking)
This is how you do a Citra. Perfect mix of bitterness and fruit. Simply put: A great summer treat.
This delightful Citra pounces' on you with pineapple on the nose and front. Finishes perfectly with bitterness. Yummy.
Good roasty flavor, a tad bitter. Medium finish. Kinda middle of the road porter.
Very roasty dry porter -- on the edge of burnt. It wasn't super-pleasant to drink, although the flavor was fine. I just think it was a bit much. (16 oz glass)
Draft at PNA Beer Taste, Seattle