July 14, 2009

You Should Be Here!

Available on tap now at McCoy's & the Foundry: McCoy's Mother's Milk Stout!

Milk stout (also referred to as "sweet stout" or "lacto stout") is a stout containing lactose, a sugar derived from milk. Because lactose is unfermentable by beer yeast, it adds sweetness, body and calories to the finished beer. Milk stout was once claimed to be nutritious, and was even given to nursing mothers.

Brewer's specs:
Chocolate Malt
De-bittered Black Malt
Flaked Oats
Acidulated Malt
Crystal Malt

East Kent Golding

Lactose sugar added to kettle during boil

Fermented with our house Ale yeast

Pours a rich, black color with light-brown head. Features a sweet, dark roasted malty aroma with some fresh ground coffee. The flavor is smooth & silky with a nice mocha middle followed by a soft finish.

OG. 17.8 Plato
7.1% ABV
Now available in bottles and coming soon on tap: Southern Tier Creme Brulee Stout!

Also available on tap: Boulevard's extremely popular "farmhouse ale" - Tank 7!

One of the best IPAs available year-round to the Midwest: Bell's Two Hearted Ale!

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