The first stout to be made with added chocolate, not once but twice! First created in 1997 this is a dark, ruby coloured stout that is almost black from a distance. A distinctive chocolate flavour with a smooth and velvety finish. Pale ale malt, crystal malt, roasted barley, chocolate malt, special blend of sugars, Fuggles and Goldings hops, real dark chocolate and chocolate essence. Melted chocolate bars are added to the boil and the essence is added after filtration. The combination of chocolate and beer is surprisingly easy to drink.
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Chocolate everywhere in this one, from the nose through to the taste, also pick up some hints of liquorice as well as roasted coffee flavours. Appearance is very dark almost black. The smell was enticing, the flavour was delicious, and it went down very smooth. This one is a luxury that I am keen to return to again and again. Cheers!
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You can buy Youngs Double Chocolate Stout in the following pack sizes:
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Once, every farm in Norway was required by law to brew its own ale. All of that ale had a natural smoky taste because the malt was kilned by fire, and most of it was spiced with juniper berries. Norwegian Wood, a recreation of that traditional style, is made by the "Hand Brewery" - four guys brewing in their spare time, on an absurdly small scale.