Show business is a son of bitch. Here I am watching Louie and the story arc for the last couple of episodes was regarding David Letterman retiring from the late show. Louie killed on the Tonight Show and CBS showed interest in Louie because Letterman was retiring. Louie looks at this as an opportunity to have a real job, a stable job. He goes through this TV hosting training and starts to get in shape. While he is getting ready for his test show Jerry Seinfeld comes in and tells him don't worry about it, Jerry already signed the contract that morning. Louie realizes he is a liar and kills. While he is out having a celebratory drink he sees on the TV that Letterman resigned for 10 more years. His agent tells him that he was a pawn in the networks contract negotiations with Letterman. that because he killed, Letterman signed for $20 million less then what he was asking for. I am glad I haven't hit it big in the entertainment business just yet.
The Oatmeal Stout has a nice roasted grain aroma with hints of coffee and little sweetness. The flavor is a medium dry with dark roasted grains present. It gives off flavor hints of coffee with a light bitterness. The body of the the beer is fairly light with a low bite of carbonation. Overall, the Sir Duluth Oatmeal Stout is an OK oatmeal stout. Nothing about it makes it stand alone as an all-start Oatmeal Stout. Enjoyable none the less. I have been drinking a lot of IPAs, so this Oatmeal Stout is a good change of pace.