- Beer Name: Milk Stout Nitro
- Brewery: Left Hand Brewing
- Style: Milk Stout
- ABV: 6%
- IBU: 25
- Pour Color: A dark nearly black pour that lets little if any light thru
This one had a eventful pouring as it has nitrous in it. The head came up nice and fluffy. A very creamy feel to it and it lasted for most the glass. The scent off the top was a nice roasted chocolate malt verity. The nitrous and milk give this beer a great feel in the mouth. The flavors are rather watered down though. A roasted/sweet flavor is really the most dominant tastes. You also get tones of coffee and chocolate. A nice milk stout that really has the body you want just not as strong of a flavor profile.
Pouring a nitros beer is always so much more fun then a normal beer. The cloudiness that seems to settle out but really just builds the head up. It also adds the right carbonation to a milk stout in my opinion. Creamy, fresh, and light this beer really is good. I just wish they went further with the flavors cause it's slightly boring for my taste buds. I'd probably buy this again if I was hanging with a Stout drinker though.