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Of course, among all the succulent India Pale Ales in the range of the Danish brewery Bad Seed Brewing, a dark beer should not be missing. In the course of the craft beer movement, the classic English beer style stout has experienced a real renaissance and is now being taken up and interpreted by craft brewers all over the world. The Imperial Stout is the improvement of the classic and goes one better in terms of alcohol content and aroma density.
The Imperial Stout King Ink from Bad Seed Brewing brings a strong 11.5% alcohol content to the glass and convinces with a tightly woven aroma profile that builds on notes of chocolate, caramel and malt. In the glass, the dark beauty presents itself in the color of ebony. A majestic crown of creamy, dense and compact foam in hazelnut sits enthroned on the brown, almost black body. The scent and taste of this mahogany-colored masterpiece are made up of spicy liquorice, fine dark chocolate, dark toffee, roasted grain and melt-in-the-mouth milk chocolate. A hint of vanilla complements the play of aromas. Supported by a pleasant bitterness, the massive sweetness is skilfully cushioned by the dry character of the beer.
King Ink is a beer royalty for those who love complex, deep and heavy beers.
Water, barley malt, rye malt, oats , maltodextrin, hops and yeast