Stout Club: November 2020
Posted on April 07 2021
The case includes:
Kernel | Export Stout – A modern classic that has defined the style it represents. Approachable enough to enjoy any night of the week.
Hammerton | Sundae Sauce – Dessert in a can with a gentle ABV.
Siren | Origin Story & Brew By Numbers | X Bimber – The latest and greatest from two of the leading craft breweries in the UK. 10% ABV and a bit more weight offer up a fuller, bigger beer to tackle.
Anspach & Hobday | The Brother Sean – We’ve wrestled this away from Anspach & Hobday as it's been ageing gracefully for a few years in their cellar. Fermented with Belgian Bastogne yeast as opposed to a US/UK strain this gives a yeast complexity no other beers in the case will give. A bit lighter and drier with floral and spicy notes laid over the bittersweet chocolate.
Fyne Ales | Elegy – With incredible complexity stemming from a year in Hazelburn barrels this collab with the world-famous Cigar City will be one to savour. Save this one to reward yourself.
De Moersleutel | 4 Years Dinner – One to brag about to all your mates. Arguably the best new Imperial Stout brewer to come along in the last 5 years.
Three Hills | BPAVK: Peanut Brittle – Three Hills have made a huge splash in the UK scene. Their limited BPAVK series of stouts are some of the most sought after in the country.
Frontaal | Churchill Barrel-Aged – Frontaal, legendary Netherlands brewers bring their huge, rich Churchill Imperial Stout, but this time lay it down in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels for added depth and complexity.