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Even if the Milk Stout from Sakiškių alus only has a tame 4.7% alcohol content, it is anything but lightweight.
10% alcohol content is not uncommon for stouts: The strong beers are characterized by a lot of revolutions and their heavy, full-bodied body. The interpretation of the Lithuanian brewery Sakiškių alus doesn’t really make a difference when it comes to alcohol, but is otherwise in no way inferior to its colleagues. The Milk Stout is brewed with lactose and delights with a wonderfully velvety mouthfeel and an abundance of complex aromas. The silky consistency is thanks to the barley flakes, the heavenly chocolate character to the fine roasted malt.
In terms of color, the Milk Stout is more reminiscent of a stout than milk: the beer flows into the glass in deep dark mahogany and is adorned with a hazelnut-brown crown of dense, creamy foam. An irresistible smell of gently melting milk chocolate, red fruits, cocoa and vanilla rises from the fluffy splendor. The initial taste is accordingly delicious and caresses the palate with rich notes of thick chocolate milkshake, candied berries, freshly roasted coffee beans, delicately smoked malt and spicy yeast. The crisp bitterness cushions the massive sweetness perfectly and gives the beer a nice contrast and a finish that tastes like more.
Water, barley malt, barley flakes, lactose , hops, yeast