Clout Stout is a Russian Imperial Stout brewed for the beer connoisseur with the patience to age his/her beer. Poured from the bottle it is black and thick, initially sweet and full bodied before developing into a smooth, bittersweet finish. 10.6% ABV gives Clout Stout huge complexity and depth - each sip warms and hypnotizes the drinker.
Serving Clout Stout:
Best served at cool cellar temperature (12C) or refrigerated then allowed to warm for 20-30 minutes before pouring. Serve in your best stemmed glassware, such as a Belgian chalice or an oversized wine glass. Pour without tilting glass to produce a modest head. Sip and savour with 2 or 3 close friends.
As uper charged Nail Stout, brewed with extra everything. Six different malts (including pale, oatmeal, crystal, black, chocolate and roasted barley) fill the mash tun twice over resulting in a single kettle boil. Only the first runnings are used to provide the most intense concentration of flavour. Infact the discarded second runnings would have produced an 8% ABV beer - 25% stronger than Nail Stout. Per litre, Clout Stout uses six times more malt than Nail Stout.
Bottled on March 22ndand carefully aged for over 5 months.
You can buy Nail Clout Stout in the following pack sizes:
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