English-style stout is historically known as milk or cream stout. The name comes from the practice of adding lactose (milk sugar) to sweeten it. Sweet stout is dark, sweet, rich, and full of roasted flavors and aromas. It is full-bodied and has substantial coffee and chocolate notes.
Commercial Examples: Samuel Adams Cream Stout
Food Pairing: Mexican, Spicy BBQ, Cheddar & Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream
Glass to Serve: Nonic Pint
Serving Temperature: 10-13 C
The recipe kit includes Malt, Yeast and Hops enough to make 1 Gallon of finished beer
All grains in the recipe kit are unmilled unless specified otherwise during checkout.