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International Stout Day 2023: Date, History, Activities, Significance

Most stouts are thicker and creamier than most beers, which gives them a heavy and solid feel.

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International Stout Day 2023: It’s International Stout Day every year on the first Thursday of November. In many countries, stouts have become some of the most popular beers. They were first made from porters in the 1700s. So well-liked were they that on November 3, 2011, the first International Stout Day opened, giving them the attention they deserved. As the name suggests, stouts are usually very strong and full-flavored. They may be hard to down quickly, but they’re great for sipping and enjoying.


There is a small difference between stouts and porters, which I will talk about first. “The only main thing that many brewers still agree on is what kind of malt should be used to make each type of beer,” says VinePark. Porters are made from malted barley, while stouts are mostly made from roasted barley that hasn’t been malted. This is where the coffee flavor that most people associate with stout comes from.

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In London in the early 1720s, porters were first seen. A lot of beer drinkers, especially porter fans, liked this style because it had a strong taste and stayed fresh longer. It helped that the price was less. English brewers sent a lot of it to Ireland. By 1776, Arthur Guinness was making it at his St. James’s Gate Brewery. In the next hundred years, black patent malt was used to give the beer its black color. It also got stronger in flavor.

In the 1730s, the first stouts were made. People who worked as brewers in the 1800s came up with the Russian Imperial Stout to please the Russian Czar. “Imperial porter” was used before “imperial stout,” and the word “Imperial” was first used to talk about a beer in 1821.

The word “stout” used to mean “proud” or “brave,” but over time it came to mean “strong.” The word “stout” was first used to describe beer in 1677. The phrase “stout porter” first showed up in the 1700s. Any drink that was strong could be called stout. Some words that are used in the UK are “stout pale ale.” Stout didn’t become a word for dark beer until much later.

Many kinds of stouts are made today, with names like “milk,” “oatmeal,” and even “chocolate” in the name, but these ingredients don’t always show up in the beer itself. They sound good, though.


Pick up a Guinness.

The best way to honor International Stout Day is with the most popular stout in the world. They have been making their popular stout since the early 1800s. It might take years to get the pour just right, but it only takes minutes to drink the perfect stout.

Have a taste of stout.

Let’s say you’ve never had a beer before. It can be hard to figure out which stout is best for you because there are so many brands and types. Many bars now offer beer samples, which are trays with small amounts of different beers. If you’d rather stay home, you can also make your own stout variety six-pack at a booze store near you.

Create your own beer.

Making your own beer at home is very popular right now, and making your own Frankenstout is a great way to honor International Stout Day. If you want to impress your friends when it’s your turn to host, make stouts at home. They make great gifts. Don’t worry—there are a lot of stout-brewing kits out there to make the process a little easier for people who are new to brewing at home.


Many people love stouts.

The stout is like the younger brother of the porter. Its roots go back to the Industrial Revolution. In the 1400s, the word “stout” came to mean “strong,” and it was used to describe workers who were, well, strong. In the 1730s, stouts really came into their own. They were always different from porters because they used unmalted (rather than malted) roasted barley. To sum up, stouts are older than the United States. Show respect for their history and enjoy a cool stout.

Stouts taste great.

A strong roasted malt taste is what stouts are known for, and they also often have hints of dark chocolate, coffee, caramel, and licorice. Most stouts are thicker and creamier than most beers, which gives them a heavy and solid feel.

Do you know that stouts are good for you?

Not really, though. At the start of the 20th century, people thought that stouts, especially Guinness, were good for them. Many times, doctors told people who gave blood, had just had surgery, or were pregnant to drink a pint of Guinness. Hey, that was a while ago.

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