It is Friday and with that we bring some fantastic news in the world of beer. Guinness is bringing a Milk Stout into their lineup. Guinness Milk Stout is a full-bodied stout with a thick, creamy mouthfeel and aromas of roasted malt, milk chocolate and rich coffee. The roasted barley and hops used in the brewing process give this stout a warming bitterness that gets balanced out by the noticeable sweetness from the milk sugars added to the kettle.
This new beer from the Open Gate Brewery will be available this spring as part of The Brewers Project Pack alongside Guinness Golden Ale (previously only available in the UK and Ireland) and newcomer, Guinness Rye Pale Ale. Its appearance is distinctively dark with a rich foamy head and is malt is a premium roasted barley with the same yeast famously used in Guinness Draught.
The tasting Notes are as follows, the aroma gives off a sweet roast, chocolate and rich coffee smell. The roasted malt is offset by a cream-like sweetness. Guinness Milk Stout is available on shelves nationwide as part of The Brewers Project Pack through March 2017.
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