Samuel Smith Imperial Stout
ORIGIN:Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, England
This distinctive type of beer was originally brewed to withstand the abuses of shipping in foul weather to Imperial Russia. It was a favourite of Russian nobility whose taste for the finest food and drink was world famous.
A rich flavourful brew; deep chocolate in colour with a roasted barley nose and flavour that is a complexity of malt, hops, alcohol and yeast. Fermented in ‘stone Yorkshire squares’.
Best served at about 15°C.
Ingredients • Water, malted barley, roasted malt, cane sugar, yeast, hops.