I would keg it, of course kegging is easier but you have all other options going for you. First, if you have a nitro tap, hook that sh!t up!!! Second stouts usually take less time to condition because of their bold flavor (unless they are a big beer). But honestly I would just keg it and slowly drink it, if it was me I would drink it fast... but slow works to....
Secondary: 10gal-Double IPA, 5gal-Pure Apple Cider,
Kegged: 10gal-Christmas Ale, 5gal-Hopped Up Stout, 5gal-Light Rye Ale, 5gal Dunkel Bock
Bottled: DFH 120 Clone (Kicks your A$$)
"Brew happy, brew often, and always brew with friends." -Me
"I dont home brew because I'm poor, I'm poor because I home brew!!!" -Me
"If I ever leave this world alive ill be drinkin up in the sky, with you my friend by my side" RIP B.G.
And always remember friends "Do NOT set yourself on fire"