Tagged: Milk Stout

River Dog Brewing Co. Perkolatte

River Dog Brewing Co. Perkolatte is a Coffee Milk Stout, 5% ABV. This beer was a local collaboration with Corner Perk of Bluffton, SC. The pint of this that I got a the brewery was...

Cigar City Brewing Cow Boss

Cigar City Brewing Cow Boss is an Imperial Milk Stout aged on Florida Cypress Wood, 9.4% ABV. Brewed in collaboration with The Florida Cattleman’s Foundation. This stout pours with a pitch black color with...

Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro

Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro was released a few years ago, and although the original version is still available year round, the Nitro bottles are where it’s at! Pour hard and you get the...

Prairie Artisan Ales Limo Tint

Prairie Artisan Limo Tint is a Milk/Sweet Stout aged on chocolate. 5.65% ABV. This pours basically pitch black with a nice tan head that recedes to just a little ring around the glass before long....

Terrapin Moo-HooChiato

Terrapin Moo-HooChiato is variation of the popular Seasonal Moo-Hoo Chocolate Milk Stout. It’s the addition of Jittery Joe’s coffee making everyone so happy about this one. This was the first in this series to have...

Aardwolf White Russian

Aardwolf White Russian is an Imperial Milk Stout. My friend Brian handed me a couple of Aardwolf growlers when passing through Savannah recently, I do appreciate his thinking of me! This pours dark and thick with...

Southern Tier Creme Brulee

Southern Tier Creme Brulee is a very polarizing Imperial Milk/Sweet Stout, it seems you either you love it or hate it. Put me in the former category. This review is for the 2013 vintage, aged...

Stone Xocoveza Mocha Stout

Stone Xocoveza Mocha Stout is a collaboration with American Homebrewers Association-sanctioned homebrewing competition winner Chris Banker, and Insugente. The description of Chris’ winning beer from the bottle: His chocolate, cinnamon, nutmeg, chile pepper and...

Stone Coffee Milk Stout

I had been seeing a lot of negative opinions of Stone Coffee Milk Stout, but I wanted to see for myself. Right off I can tell that the mouth-feel is a bit too thin for my tastes...