2 years ago
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Left Hand Milk Stout:

I’ve been curious about this for some time now, so I was excited to get it in a trade. Pitch black, low carbonation (what you see is the most I could get), not much smell other than some smokey/charcoal-y roasted malts. Drinks super smooth… the lactose sugar totally balances or outweighs the bitterness from the roasting. There is actually a lingering aftertaste not unlike what you get after drinking milk. Very mellow, smooth stuff. I like it… now I’ll have to find a bottle of the nitro.

Left Hand Milk Stout:

I’ve been curious about this for some time now, so I was excited to get it in a trade. Pitch black, low carbonation (what you see is the most I could get), not much smell other than some smokey/charcoal-y roasted malts. Drinks super smooth… the lactose sugar totally balances or outweighs the bitterness from the roasting. There is actually a lingering aftertaste not unlike what you get after drinking milk. Very mellow, smooth stuff. I like it… now I’ll have to find a bottle of the nitro.

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