Dark and fairly thick, but the low carbonation and low ABV certainly made it bearable. Didn’t have the creaminess either, which makes it less heavy towards the bottom.
How Much:  3
I paid $6.49 for a 22 oz bomber, and to be honest I’ve always thought of that as a pretty decent price. However, if you do a little bit of math, that works out to roughly $21 for a 6-pack. Um, holy shit. I mean, this is a pretty tasty beer, but that’s pretty riduculous. I’d expect to at least get drunk for that kind of price, but an ABV under 6% isn’t going to do it.
Roasty, malty, caramely…it has all of the familiar symptoms of a delicious stout. Throw in the smooth finish and they’ve really got something here. If you’re a fan of stouts, then you shouldn’t miss out on this one. It’s not exactly eye-popping in any particular way, but it’s a classic, delicious stout.
825 State Stout is brewed year-round in small batches and so it varies slightly throughout the year. Epic Brewing distributes to 14 states.
Overall Rating: 7.4
Song: Born Ruffians – “Little Garcon”