Guinness is one of the most reliable and approachable stouts out there. With the opening of the Guinness Open Gate Brewery and Barrel House outside of Baltimore (the first Guinness Brewery on U.S. soil since the early ’50s), they’re getting more American with their process and finally making a barrel-aged beer. The first ever Guinness barrel-aged beer is the traditional stout that’s collected new flavors for eight months in Bulleit Bourbon barrels. According to Guinness, the final product has added layers of oaky richness and complexity with notes of bittersweet chocolate and aged fruits. You love Guinness. You love Bulleit. It’s a match made in heaven. The 10% ABV beer will be available at the new brewery and in four-packs of 11.2 oz bottles until the end of the year.