Magical natural process beans from the Konga region of Ethiopia lead the way in this beautiful coffee stout. This rare variety of coffee leads to aromas of sweet roastiness and flavors of blueberry pie. Lactose, or milk sugar, is added along with oats for a silky medium body and a lush finish. Red Bull and vodka done the long way for old men; not teenagers.
THE INSIDE SCOOP
What’s the difference in a milk stout and other stouts? Glad you asked! All stouts use roasted barley, but Milk Stouts use lactose sugar which is unfermentable and provides a residual sweetness. These beers styles are medium bodied ranging from 4-6% ABV with GGU2GD sitting right in the middle at 5% unlike their similar but distinct relatives Dry Irish Stout, American Stout, or Russian Imperial Stout.