Taste of Bitter, Taste of Stout

Today I kegged the Stout. It was in secondary for 2 weeks because I’m in no hurry to drink it. Regardless, I decided it could age further while carbonated and chilled – safe from evil spirits. The sample I took to take the final gravity (only 1.018 – a little high, but expected considering all the grain) provided an ample preview of things to come. Its delicious, and the best comparison I can think of for friends is pikof and dropof from Hales. Its dark, chocolately and smooth. But not imperial.

The bitter is quite nice too. Authentic in flavor with a slightly hard water dryness to it. Mild in hop and flavor but a great session beer. On tap now.

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