Abita Bourbon Street Mint Julep

Brewed by Abita Brewing Co.

American Stout9.0% ABV15 IBU

Bourbon Street Mint Julep Stout is a stout that has fresh spearmint added and is aged in small batch bourbon barrels. It is brewed with a combination of pale, caramel, and roasted malts. The caramel and roasted malts give the beer its dark color and sweet roasted flavors. After fermentation and aging the beer is transferred into the bourbon barrels. It is then aged for another 8 weeks to absorb all of the flavors from the barrels. The beer is the then transferred from the barrels into another aging tank where the mint leaves are added. The result is a flavorful stout with chocolate and roasted flavors from the malt, refreshing flavors from the mint, and warming bourbon flavors from the barrels.


Map of Abita Brewing Co.
Abita Brewing Co.
Carry this beer?

Promote your beer to thirsty patrons looking for it.

Learn More

Available near Ashburn, Virginia

Heads up! Abita Bourbon Street Mint Julep may not be available near you. Follow this beer to get notified when it's available nearby, try searching in a different area, or discover some similar beer.

Stone Wootstout 4.0 2016

Stone Wootstout 4.0 2016

Imperial Stout13.0% ABV65 IBU

Stone Brewing CoEscondido, CA

Available at very few places nearby

IMPERIAL STOUT ~ Pecans, wheat, flaked rye & bourbon-soaked wood provide complex superhero version of an imperial stout. +$

Stone Imperial Russian Stout

Stone Imperial Russian Stout

Russian Imperial Stout10.8% ABV65 IBU

Stone Brewing CoEscondido, CA

Available at very few places nearby

Brewed in the authentic historical style of an Imperial Russian Stout, this beer is massive. Intensely aromatic (notes of anise, black currants, coffee, roastiness and alcohol) and heavy on the palate, this brew goes where few can - and fewer dare try.

Guinness Draught

Guinness Draught

Irish Stout4.2% ABV40 IBU

St. James Gate (Guinness)Dublin, Ireland

Available at a few places nearby

Is made from water, barley, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer’s yeast. An old and firm favourite.