Fieldstone roasted the coffee blend that Weyerbacher used in Sunday Morning Stout, and was selling the blend by the bag and by the cup. Sadly, I neglected to try the coffee or pick up a bag of the coffee!
But the beer, yes, the beer. I definitely picked up my fair share of Sunday Morning Stout. Ringing in at 11.3% ABV, this imperial stout was aged in bourbon barrels and had the Fieldstone coffee blend added to it.
|Sunday Morning Stout|
Now, aging a big imperial stout in bourbon barrels is definitely not a new thing. When the bottling of Sunday Morning Stout was announced I was immediately interested, but also a little wary. With so many barrel aged stouts out there, would this one stand out from the crowd?
Sunday Morning Stout does stand out. I hate to use this adjective, but this beer is smooth! The bourbon is very prominent, which provides a little bite. But overall, this stout is fluid. If you're into the style, give Sunday Morning Stout a try!