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Sticky Stout brewed by Red Hare Brewing in Marietta, GA


Sticky Stout brewed by Red Hare Brewing in Marietta, Georgia 

Red Hare's Sticky Stout uses dark roasted malts lend to the rich dark color, and hints of chocolate and coffee found in this beer. The addition of oats balance these flavors and give it smooth full body, a light sweetness, and a sticky mouth feel finish. Pairing Suggestions: Sticky Stout’s bold flavor stands up to game and grilled meats, while its sweetness compliments chocolates, caramel, and berries. ABV: 6.5%. 17 IBUs
  

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Beer Review from Beer Advocate:
Red Hare Sticky Stout pours an opaque brown-black body beneath a 1 finger thick head of tan foam that unfortunately drops quickly, leaving behind only spots of lace.

The aroma is of dark chocolate with a touch of background roastiness that's similar to cold black coffee.

The flavor is fuller than the aroma suggests, adding lots of golden and medium dark caramel to the chocolate and soft roast. Some minor yeasty fruitiness peeks through, offering apple and perhaps a touch of raisin. All of the flavor components combine well, and it's gently sweet but balanced by a restrained bitterness. It finishes fairly dry with lingering notes of dark, bittersweet chocolate.

The body is medium to medium-light, and it's really quite smooth with a moderate, fine-bubbled carbonation that's just enough to rouse the taste buds.

This beer is quite charming, and certainly drinkable. Well done!
 
 

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Red Hare Brewing Company
Roger Davis had semi-retired from the corporate world in 2009 when he decided to explore brewing. He contacted his buddy Bobby Thomas who jumped right in. Soon they started brewing their own beer right in Roger’s basement. They created a homemade brewing system from a 15-gallon brew pot, water coolers, various tools and hoses and started creating recipes.

After about a year and many positive reactions from their friends, they realized their little basement brewing outfit had larger potential. The Red Hare Brewing Company was born and a larger space was found to match their goals. Over the next few months Red Hare secured proper equipment and licensing. On Labor Day weekend, 2011, Red Hare Brewing opened its doors to the public for tours and tastings. Soon, Red Hare beer was available at restaurants and pubs in Marietta, Decatur and Atlanta.

Now, situated in an 11,000 sq. ft. warehouse, Red Hare Brewing Company has a 20 barrel brewhouse with a 220 barrel fermenting capacity. Making every day beer for beer fans everywhere, Red Hare’s flagship beer is Long Day Lager. Other year round Red Hare beers are Gangway IPA and Watership Brown. Keep an eye out for our Rabbit’s Reserve Series, limited edition, one-off batches that are released a few times a year.

Red Hare is the first craft brewery to offer beer in cans in Georgia. Long Day Lager and Gangway IPA in 12 oz. cans have fast become a favorite of craft beer fans in Metro Atlanta; Watership Brown will be the next Red Hare brew to be canned.

 

 





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