Beer Stouts

Three Star Stout Red Gap Brewing Review

Overall Score: 5.6 Three Star Stout is an average stout with straightforward flavors. You won’t be impressed or terribly disappointed.


  • Price (4 pack): $12
  • Style: Milk Stout (32 IBU)
  • ABV: 7.3%
  • Brewery: Red Gap Brewing
  • Location: Cisco, TX

Brewery Insights: Three Star Stout doesn’t receive a dedicated page on the Brewery website…and to be honest, it doesn’t deserve one. Well done Red Gap (not with the creation of the beer, but knowing that it’s average).


Overall Score: 5.6

Three Star Stout is a lower ABV milk stout that’s slightly above average. You notice heavy roasted barely flavors with light sweetness that reminds you of maple syrup. The finish is slightly bitter, which is an interesting touch for a stout. The claim that pecan is in this beer is a complete fucking lie. It doesn’t compare to higher ABV stouts, but some will enjoy this offering more than others. Pretty decent, yet not worth recommending.

Degenerate Discussion

Three Star Stout nails it with the name. This beer is worthy of three stars on a Yelp review. That’s not a selling point for most restaurants, nor is it for this milk stout. We landed on a modest three star rating, but there’s consumers that would one star this beer with a shit-talking review. They’d probably say it tastes like German Shephard cum. To them and all Degenerates, we say cheers!


You can find Three Star Stout on the following Degenerate listings:

  • Milk Stout Reviews
  • Stout Reviews
  • Texas Reviews

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