Russian Imperial Stout
A Russian Imperial Stout is simply a stout with extra everything! Despite what the name suggests the beer was first brewed in 19th century England for export to the Russian court.
Our interpretation of this style is a brooding beer with a thick body and generous tones of liquorice, coffee and chocolate. A robust and complex beer best enjoyed in moderate amounts.
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Brewmaster Daniel’s Comment
– Here no less than seven kinds of malt coexist in one delicious beer. The most notable perhaps are the roasted grains (roasted coffee beans), chocolate malt (which add a deep chocolate undertone) and black malt (which give burnt hints).
Water, barley malt, wheat malt, rye malt and hops.