An original London beer brought back and made relevant for today: a hoppy nitro stout that’s bold, smooth and bitter with a creamy foam.
Taste: Black, creamy tan foam, loaded with roast and bitter dark chocolate, dark fruits, a rich and smooth body with linger dry finish.
The story: Stout was born in London in the 18th century before the black stuff was made famous in Ireland, while it declined in popularity in London. That was a long time ago and nothing good has come since. This changes everything and stout has never tasted so good.