Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout 2022 Release Date: The Bourbon County Stout 2022 lineup from Goose Island has arrived. Here’s when it will be available and where to find it.
The brewery’s annual release is a big deal in the craft beer world, and many fans can’t wait to try this year’s lineup.
The brewery’s website says that this year’s release is also the 30th anniversary of the business.
Here’s everything you need to know about Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout 2022, including where to buy it and when it will be out.
Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout 2022 Release Date
On Black Friday, November 25, 2022, you will be able to buy Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout. The following Canadian provinces will have stores that sell bourbon county stout:
The province of British Columbia
The beer will be sold in Ontario stores in December, in British Columbia on December 12 (at Berezan Liquor Stores), and in Quebec on December 9.
In the US, the beer will be available on November 25 at Green Bev’s Atlanta, Discount Liquor in Waukesha, Luekens Wine and Spirits, Kegs & Barrels in Plano, Texas, and Craft’d in Plainfield, Illinois. You can also check with the liquor store near you to find out what’s available.
Visit Goose Island’s website for a full list of stores, release dates, and when the beer will be sold in Canada. Visit this page for information about the release in the US.
Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout 2022 Release
Bourbon County Stout, Coffee Stout, Biscotti Stout, Sir Isaac’s Stout, and Proprietor’s Stout are all part of the 30th anniversary line-up (Chicagoland Only).
Bourbon County Two-Year Barleywine Reserve as well as 30th Anniversary Reserve Stout are also on the list.
The 2022 Original Bourbon County Brand Stout is aged for about a year in bourbon barrels from Buffalo Trace, Heaven Hill, and Wild Turkey distilleries, according to the brewery’s website.
On December 2, 2022, there will be a special event at Goose Island’s Toronto Brewhouse to celebrate the release of the beer. Check out the tweet below for more information about the event:
Story of Goose Island
The story of Goose Island begins when its founder, beer lover John Hall, went on a trip across the continent.
“Pint by pint, he enjoyed the styles and choices of brews in every region and thought to himself, ‘America deserves some damn fine beer like this, too.'”
At the time, no one knew about craft brewing, so John set out to change that. He moved back to his hometown of Chicago, which has “rapidly changing tastes and the world’s largest fresh water system.”