Four milk stouts, including an all-time great, topped off with a stellar coffee stout from an up-and-coming brewer.  Photo by Bob Moffitt

Four milk stouts, including an all-time great, topped off with a stellar coffee stout from an up-and-coming brewer.  Photo by Bob Moffitt

 
 
 
  Beer and baseball date to the 1840's and Alexander Cartwright, the game's founder. Find out what else you didn't know about baseball at  thespitter.com

Beer and baseball date to the 1840's and Alexander Cartwright, the game's founder. Find out what else you didn't know about baseball at thespitter.com

Episode 10: Mother's Milk StoutS

Bob returns home to the gold country town of Mariposa a quick-draw podcast partner in brother-in-law/accomplished sculptor, painter, giant-wooden-vessel-maker, Robert Gauthier. Together, they wander the mean streets of town and team up with 1850 Brewmaster Jake Wackerman to take on the enemies of a good stout: The Oxygen Blue Crayon Gang. CLICK HERE to listen and then come back to this page later when you're in the beer aisle looking for refreshment after a day of duking it out with your mortal enemies. 

Firestone's Merlin

Bob: Good/Very Good

Robert: Good

Jake: Very Good

Electric Brewing's Will To Live

Bob: Buyer beware. Good overall but mislabeled?

Robert: Very Good

Jake: Good

Belching Beaver's Nitro

Bob: Good

Jake: Good taste, blue crayon mouth feel?

Robert: fair, red crayon

Left Hand Brewing's Nitro

Bob: Excellent. One of the best ever

Robert: Very Good/Excellent

Jake: Very Good/Excellent

1850's Coffee Stout

Bob: Very Good. Appreciate the clean finish

Robert: Very Good

Jake: Charlie Bamforth said do one thing and do it well. Hopefully we succeeded.