The story: London is famous for three beer styles: India pale ale, porter and stout. From the 18th century stout was made in the city. The black stuff was then 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.
The taste: It’s black, bold and beautiful – coffee, roasted bitterness, red fruits, the darkest dark chocolate, a wicked hop aroma, a smooth body and a thick, creamy foam. For a beer which looks so dark it drinks so light. A new marker for stout.