Experience America’s Stout. Milk Stout Nitro is a full sensory experience. Gaze at the mesmerizing cascade of all those tiny Nitro bubbles. Breathe in the aromas of roasted coffee, milk chocolate, brown sugar and vanilla cream. Savor the super smooth Nitro sensation. And, smile as the perfectly pillowy head coats your upper lip. This portable draft beer experience is Good to Go straight from the can or served Like a Pro in a glass. From the bottle, Pour Hard to release the Nitro magic inside.
Rhythm and Blues. Batman and Robin. Peanut Butter and Chocolate. These classic duos never go out of style. Enter Peanut Butter Milk Stout. Left Hand took the pure milk chocolate bliss of their classic Milk Stout and added peanut buttery goodness. It’s like an adult peanut butter cup you can drink. It’s rich and decadent on the palate and lusciously lingers into a nutty, dry finish. A perfect pair you’ll want to share.
Master Somm and winemaker Emmanuel Kemiji embarks on a new project by partnering with Red Clay Brewing of Opelika, AL to create a Caribbean Stout flavored with Cafe Baldacci single estate coffee from Puerto Rico and aged in rum barrels. Dark cape is rich, black, bitter and sweet all at once
The Blackwater Series has unleashed the popular flavor Crème Brulee in nitro for the next level drinking experience. NITRO Crème Brulee offers cascading, creamy richness with notes of vanilla and custard with a smooth milky finish that is uncannily true to the namesake dessert.
Abide with The Nitro, or White Russian Nitro, if you’re not into the whole brevity thing. White Russian Nitro is takin’ er super smooth for all us craft beer drinkers out there. There’s a beverage here that’s for strikes and gutters; ups and downs. And, I don’t know about you, but I take comfort in that. With coffee, vanilla and notes of chocolate, this is a beer that really ties it all together.
It's a stout with such great flavor, it'll make you want to shout! Stout at the Devil is an oatmeal stout brewed with Sea Salt Caramel Coffee. Dark and robust, this brew finishes with hints of caramel and strong coffee notes.
Produced in the tradition of 18th Century English brewers who supplied the court of Russia’s Catherine the Great, Old Rasputin seems to develop a cult following wherever it goes. It’s a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.
The Old Rasputin brand image is a drawing of Rasputin with a phrase in Russian encircling it — A sincere friend is not born instantly.
Indulge in a devilishly delicious stout. Inspired by the famous German dessert, Black Forest Nitro tempts taste buds with tart black cherries and aromas of rich chocolate cake. Layers of flavor reminiscent of spiked fresh cherries and dark chocolate ganache cascade on a canvas of nitrogen. The super smooth mouthfeel is delicate and light while staying diabolically decadent. Crack a can and enter into temptation.
Fifty-Fifty's brewers put together a masterful blend of caramel, Totality, and sea salt brined bourbon barrels to create this decadent beer. Notes of brûléed sugar are evident, with a subtle sea salt on a caramel Eclipse backbone.
Stone Xocoveza Tres Leches combines the inspiration of Oaxacan Hot Chocolate and Tres Leches treats in an imperial stout that’s smooth, creamy and intensely indulgent. Made from all that’s good about the holidays, Stone Xocoveza is brewed with chocolate, coffee, Pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg.
The pure milk chocolate bliss of the classic Milk Stout richly reimagined four different ways. Indulge in a campfire-inspired treat with S’mores Milk Stout, savor the spice blend of Mole Milk Stout, cool down with refreshing Mint Chocolate Milk Stout and luxuriate in decadence with Double Milk Stout. Three bottles of each style included.
Magical natural process beans from the Konga region of Ethiopia lead the way in this beautiful coffee stout. This rare variety of coffee leads to aromas of sweet roastiness and flavors of blueberry pie. Lactose, or milk sugar, is added along with oats for a silky medium body and a lush finish.
This take on a classic dry Irish Stout is full of the roasted barley, malt character, and smoothness expected from the style, but with a subtle fruitiness reminiscent of the Irish yeast. This beer pours with a satisfyingly dark color and surprisingly light body. The Irish Stout is roasty on the front with a chocolatey finish.
Judge Roy Bean is an American stout brewed using coffee beans from our good friends at Fairhope Roasting Company, whose House Blend is cold-brewed in the brewery and added to this already decadent brew. This beer is our tribute to the beloved Eastern Shore landmark, and much like the old days at the Bean, we think you'll love spending your time with Judge Roy Bean.