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Stout Beer

If you’re looking for a light, refreshing tipple for a warm summer evening, this is not the beer you were looking for. Stout is characterised by the use of highly roasted grains, resulting in rich, dark beers, often topped with a creamy head. The descriptors thrown around when tasting a stout will frequently revolved around 'chocolate' and 'coffee', sometimes straying into ‘roasted coffee’ if they start to get a little smoky.

One of the most widely known examples of a stout is Guinness (you didn't think we’d get through this without mentioning Guinness, did you?). Originally an ale producer back in the 1700s, Guinness soon began producing porter, and eventually the stout we all know today - it’s a dry stout, which isn't quite as sweet as different styles. Other types of stout include milk stout (featuring unfermentable lactose as part of its ingredients - rather sweet and creamy), oatmeal stout (made with oats as well as barley and malts - very smooth stuff), Russian Imperial stout (often very strong and intense) and more.

BrewDog Cocoa Psycho

33cl, 10%
BrewDog

A decidedly decadent beer from BrewDog. Judging by the name alone, take a punt at what flavours you think you're going to find in this Imperial Russian Stout. Go on, have a guess. If you said…  More info

BrewDog Cocoa Psycho
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$8.33

Magic Rock Dark Arts

33cl, 6%
Magic Rock Brewing

A particularly excellent Stout here from Magic Rock Brewing in Huddersfield, made with a combination of four malts and plenty of hops - meaning the classic coffee and chocolate notes shine, with…  More info

Magic Rock Dark Arts
$3.10

Pressure Drop Cast Iron Billy

33cl, 10.5%
Pressure Drop Brewing

Cast Iron Billy is an imperial brown stout based on an 1832 recipe from Barclay Perkins Brewery, designed to hearken back to Victorian London, in the midst of the Industrial Revolution. At 10.5% ABV,…  More info

Pressure Drop Cast Iron Billy
$4.90

Brouwerij De Molen Sun & Moon

33cl, 10%
Brouwerij de Molen

A very intriguing collaboration of Brouwerij de Molen in The Netherlands and Tempest Brewing. Sun & Moon is an Umami Imperial Stout brewed with Shitake, miso and salted seaweed! These additions do a…  More info

Brouwerij De Molen Sun & Moon
$5.55

Troubadour Imperial Stout

33cl, 9%
Troubadour

From the Troubadour range, brewed in Belgium, comes a richly nutty Imperial Stout! There appears to be some form of lute on the label, which makes us want to sing the name of this beer (and the word…  More info

Troubadour Imperial Stout
$3.66

Troubadour Obscura

33cl, 8.2%
Troubadour

A rather interesting beer from the Belgian Troubadour selection - the Obscura features many of a stout's classic characteristics (think roasted malt giving off chocolate and coffee notes aplenty),…  More info

Troubadour Obscura
$2.72

Moor Beer Company Dark Alliance

33cl, 4.5%
Moor Beer Company

An ace coffee stout here from the Moor Beer Co. in Somerset, originally created as a collaboration between Moor, Clifton Coffee Company and Arbor Ales.  More info

Moor Beer Company Dark Alliance
$3.06

Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper (65cl)

65cl, 10.5%
Port Brewing Company

A seasonal imperial stout from Port Brewing, you may notice that Santa has been blacked out on some labels - that's because some people feel his jolly face and full festive attire shouldn't appear on…  More info

Port Brewing Santa's Little Helper (65cl)
$21.09

Old Worthy Who Drank My Porridge?

33cl, 5%
Old Worthy

A coffee and oat white stout from the excellent Old Worthy Brewing Co. Old Worthy's ales are designed to be paired with whisky (for a Half 'n' Half). They recommend enjoying this one alongside peated…  More info

Old Worthy Who Drank My Porridge?
$2.77

Siren Broken Dream

33cl, 6.5%
Siren Craft Brew

This right here is Siren Craft Brew's breakfast stout, Broken Dream. A dramatic name for a big-bodied, coffee rich brew.  More info

Siren Broken Dream
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$3.32

BrewDog Jet Black Heart

33cl, 4.7%
BrewDog

Jet Black Heart won the hearts of beer fans in BrewDog's 2015 Prototype Series, and with good reason - it's a bloomin' excellent milk stout brewed with Magnum and Sorachi Ace hops and loaded with…  More info

BrewDog Jet Black Heart
$2.53

Brixton Brewery Windrush Stout

33cl, 5%
Brixton Brewery

Deliciously chocolatey stout from Brixton Brewery, founded in 2013. They use Warminster maris otter pale, flaked oats, roasted barley & chocolate malt to craft this one, along with Cascade and…  More info

Brixton Brewery Windrush Stout
$2.89

The Kernel Export Stout London 1890

33cl, 6.8%
The Kernel

The Kernel Brewery in Bermondsey based the recipe for their Export Stout on that of a brew from 1890!  More info

The Kernel Export Stout London 1890
$3.76

Time & Tide Double Stout

33cl, 9%
Time & Tide Brewing

A burly double stout from Time & Tide Brewing. The two-headed demon cat on the label is somewhat unsettling, but otherwise this is a proper treat.  More info

Time & Tide Double Stout
$3.90

Burning Sky Imperial Stout

75cl, 8.5%
Burning Sky

Behold the big, burly Burning Sky Imperial Stout! Hugely rich and thick, with a massive kick of dark chocolate at its core.  More info

Burning Sky Imperial Stout
$15.48

Drake's Brewing Co. Drakonic

65cl, 8.8%
Drake's Brewing Company

A rich, dark Imperial Stout from Drake's Brewing Co. out in California. Oodles of coffee and chocolate notes to tuck into here.  More info

Drake's Brewing Co. Drakonic
$12.12

Cigar City Raspberry Halo Imperial Stout

65cl, 10.7%
Cigar City Brewing

Florida's Cigar City Brewing have gone ahead and combined the rich deliciousness of Imperial Stout with light deliciousness of raspberries in their very own Raspberry Halo.  More info

Cigar City Raspberry Halo Imperial Stout
$19.98

First Chop POD

33cl, 4.2%
First Chop Brewing

First Chop's POD oatmeal stout gets an extra vanilla-y kick by being brewed with vanilla pods! Perfect stuff for enjoying on a cold autumn evening. Plus, they're gluten free! Nice!  More info

First Chop POD
$2.16

Partizan Stout

33cl, 7.4%
Partizan Brewing

Inspired by new wave American beers and frustrated by their lack of availability in the UK (perhaps try Master of Malt next time?), Andy Smith left his home town of Leeds and after stints in various…  More info

Partizan Stout
$3.56

Weird Beard Sadako

66cl, 9.5%
Weird Beard Brew Company

A hefty imperial stout from the Weird Beard Brew Co., made using a whole host of malts, along with honey, molasses and coffee beans. Very impressive indeed.  More info

Weird Beard Sadako
$11.04

Thornbridge Eldon Stout

33cl, 8%
Thornbridge Brewery

The Thornbridge Brewery's Eldon is a pretty fantastic Imperial Stout which has been brewed with Demerara sugar, and also features notes of bourbon-soaked oak.  More info

Thornbridge Eldon Stout
$3.57

Redchurch Hoxton Stout

33cl, 6%
Redchurch Brewery

A well-balanced Stout from Bethnal Green-based brewers, Redchurch. Not as thick and impenetrable as some Stouts, this manages to maintain an enjoyable richness whilst giving a little bit of the…  More info

Redchurch Hoxton Stout
$2.77

Pikes Genuine Stout

33cl, 5.2%
Pikes Beer Company

A rich stout from Australia-based brewers, Pikes. Fun fact about the pike species of fish: in Finland, to generally be considered a Master Fisherman, you have to catch a pike weighing 10kg.  More info

Pikes Genuine Stout
$3.57

Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout

50cl, 4.5%
Bristol Beer Factory

A milk stout (made with unfermentable lactose sugar for added sweetness) brewed with Chocolate and Black malts as well as Maris Otter and Crystal.  More info

Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout
$3.57

Alphabet Brewing Flat White

33cl, 7.4%
Alphabet Brewing Co

We'll lay good money that in the time it's taken us to write this, both a coffee shop and a brewery will have opened up somewhere in the UK. It's part of the zeitgeist, or one of those other words…  More info

Alphabet Brewing Flat White
$3.86

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