Brewskis laps up Milk Stout from Lancaster Brewing Company

Milk Stout from Lancaster Brewing Company claims to be one of few surviving examples of the traditional English Sweet Stout. This dark ale is described as bursting with roasted barley dryness and mellowed with lactose sugar that provides just a hint of sweetness.

From the Beer Expeditions Newsletter: Stouts are usually very dark, rich, full-bodied top-fermented ales, highly-hopped and dry. Oftentimes rich and creamy, this version, suddenly sweet, is the perfect fit for dinners ending with any chocolate dessert. Try it at room temperature.

Our description from TBone is a little less formal:

“Straight from the teet,” this beer would go “great with bacon and eggs.” (In other words, let’s serve it for breakfast!)

All around, Milk Stout earned high marks with an overall rating of 9/10. Watch the video for a more detailed description of why our intrepid drinkers loved this sweet stout from Lancaster Brewing Company.

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