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 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.