Has anyone ever actually liked a white stout?

Real talk here guys.

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Yeah, sort of.



Me neither, it feels so artificial

It’s a brewer gimmick - gotta ignore the label and just think beer.


This was good.

I’ve only tried one and thought it was decent. Gave it a 3.7


Umm, yeah. No.

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Not really.

Sure, though I’ve only rated two; the lower rating of the two was 4,0 :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

Only knowingly had two. Quite liked this one (scored 3.6):

Didn’t like this one (scored 2.3):

So, still open-minded on the style…

Given one a 3.2 so for my average rating score not bad

And another at 3.5, so not bad either

I would probably go for a White Stout over a Lactose IPA at this point.


That is if the white stout doesn’t have lactose. 2 of the 3 local to me white stouts use it. I will pass


I see that Adam and I both liked this:


Only some killjoy has changed the style to Golden Ale. Need an Admin to get onto that, because it ain’t no Goddamn Golden Ale.

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Anybody want to start chewing on Golden Stouts?

Arguably brewed like a stout without roasted barley?

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So seems like at best there are people out there who liked two. That more or less answers my question :rofl::rofl::rofl:

‘This was pretty damn good, if it counts as a white stout:


mmmmmm, grainiac :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: