Thursday, September 9, 2010
Lancaster Milk Stout
Tonight I'm drinking Lancaster Milk Stout brewed by Lancaster Brewing Company in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Simple label with a cow head in the middle. Brewed naturally without preservatives and with lactose.
Sweet aroma, chocolate ice cream and vanilla on top of it. Flavors start out with chocolate and vanilla, too. But on top of those are two very distinct other flavors that the aroma didn't hint at: roasted malt and burnt coffee. This beer starts out faintly sweet, but the burnt bitter coffee really swings the flavors more that way. Smooth and creamy. Solid carbonation, but a little thin as far as body goes. An OK beer but I was a little disappointed. I wanted thicker and sweeter, more milkshake and less Folgers. Not bad flavors though. Try it if you can, but don't make a special trip to Pittsburgh to bring back on a plane.
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