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Stout & porter

Young's Double Chocolate Stout

Coffee-brown, medium-bodied, with a rich head, medium hopped, toasted malt notes, rich cocoa notes, mocha notes, light vanilla notes
0.5 l
Coffee-brown, medium-bodied, with a rich head, medium hopped, toasted malt notes, rich cocoa notes, mocha notes, light vanilla notes
  • Product details
    • PRODUCT NUMBER
      704466
    • ALCOHOL
      5.2%
    • ENERGY
      50.0 Kcal / 100ml
    • BEER TYPE
      stout & porter (stout)
    • PRICE / LITRE
      8.58 EUR
    • DEPOSIT
      0.1 €
    • BITTERNESS
      29.0 EBU
    • WORT STRENGTH
      12.8 °P
    • INGREDIENTS DECLARED BY THE PRODUCER
      Contains barley. Contains grain
    • PACKAGING
      bottle
    • CLOSURE
      crown cap
    • PRODUCER
      Young's
    • SUPPLIER
      Brew Seeker
    • SELECTION
      general selection
  • Taste
    Taste

    Stouts and porters are robust top-fermented beers with a distinctive character. The colour and strong flavour come from dark roasted malts.

    You can also discern hints of bread, coffee and dark chocolate in the toasted flavours. 

    Tips for use

    The differences between stout and porter have been lost over the course of history, but stout has traditionally been heavier. There are examples of both beer styles ranging from sweet to dry and mild to strong.

    Try stout and porter with smoked lamb, pepper cheese or dark chocolate cake.

    How to serve

    Stouts and porters are best served chilled, at 10–14°C. Chilling a bottle from room temperature to the perfect serving temperature takes about one hour in a fridge.

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