Stout Club: November 2020

Posted on April 07 2021

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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.

Stout Club November 2020 Case

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