Hop Stout Stout

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Hop Stout

Stout

Brace yourself. The latest release in our Hop Kitchen series crafts the best of the brewing worlds with one of the most brawny, bitter beers in New Belgium history. Eight different grains converge for a deep blend of dark chocolate, roasted coffee and toasted bread, while generous additions of six hop varieties, like Equinox, Chinook and Willamette, accent the richness with citrusy, woodsy pops. Just as you get lost in Hop Stout's malty depth, a wicked rush of bitterness attacks with the combined force of an imperial stout and IPA. It's not for the faint of heart, but it is for malt and hop lovers alike.
Visual

Deep black opaque espresso depths. Thick tan foam.

Aroma

Stout roasty aromas like coffee beans & baker’s chocolate combine with hoppy notes like herbal and floral with dark boozy fruit cake notes.

Flavor

Sweet, straight into a bitterness that is just as roasty as it is from hop bitterness. The hop bitterness builds and coasts the mouth afterwards.

Mouthfeel/Body

Coating and warming, it’s especially creamy in the middle but finishes dry. Full-bodied.

ABV

8.0%

IBU

100

Yeast

Ale yeast

Calories

242

Hops

Cascade, Styrian Dana, Chinook, Styrian Golding

Malts

Pale, Chocolate, Roasted Barley, Oats, Black Malt, Caramel 120, Caramel 40, Munich