English-Style Sweet Stout (Milk Stout) Beer
English-Style Sweet Stout, also known as Milk Stout, is a type of beer that gets its unique flavour from the addition of lactose. Lactose is a sugar that is derived from milk, and it gives the beer a sweet, creamy taste.
English-Style Sweet Stout is typically dark in colour, and it has a thick, creamy head. English-Style Sweet Stout is one of the most popular types of beer in England, and it has been brewed for centuries. Today, English-Style Sweet Stout is enjoyed all over the world, and it is frequently used in English-style pub meals.
English-Style Sweet Stout (Milk Stout) Details
- Color: 40-40 SRM
- Bitterness: 15-25 IBU
- Alcohol: 3-6% ABV
- Glass: Nonic Pint
- Temperature: 10-12°C
- Color: Black
- Clarity: Opaque
- Hop: Not perceived
- Malt: Malt sweetness, chocolate, and caramel
English-Style Sweet Stout (Milk Stout) Pairings
- Food Pairing: BBQ Baked Beans
- Cheese Pairing: Dutch Gouda or Pepper Jack
- Dessert Pairing: Cinnamon Coffee Cake
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