Delicate and toasty, it also has a slightly bitter, fragrant twist thanks to East Kent Goldings.
This stout is simply not suitable for vegetarians. It has been brewed with oysters. You won’t find one at the bottom of the glass but you may get a touch of sweet minerality in the flavour that comes from the freshly shucked lads that get put in during conditioning. Not a bad way to go, even for a bivalve.
Porterhouse Oyster Stout
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