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 330ml
5.0%
£ 2.29
Knockmealdown Stout by Eight Degrees Brewing
Knockmealdown Stout by Eight Degrees Brewing Knockmealdown Stout by Eight Degrees Brewing
Knockmealdown Stout by Eight Degrees Brewing
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4 Stars
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Description

Not for the faint of heart, this dry Irish stout packs dark malts in with the bitterness of old world hops- Fuggles and Admiral. The flavours are rich, reminiscent of espresso strength coffee and chocolate for a mocha-like sensation with added punch. Coffee carries the aroma delivering a dry aftertaste which resembles chocolate milk. Jet-black, sturdy, no-nonsense stout. Our advice? Drink it in the colder months, which if you’re from the UK means anytime between January and December. - Learn more about Eight Degrees Brewing

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About the makers

Eight Degrees Brewing Naturally Adventurous

It all began in 2010 with an Aussie and a Kiwi enjoying a pint and embarking on a mission to solve the lack of Irish craft beer. Lured from the warmer weather by their Irish wives, they set up a microbrewery in the beautiful surroundings of Ballyhoura, North in the region of Cork and just shy of the Galtee Mountains. They stick to the core ingredients: water, malt, hops and yeast for purity which has paid off with the awards they have proudly won. The name is not just the perfect serving temperature for their beer, it’s a nod to its Irish origin, Ireland being located at eight degrees west Longitude. View the Eight Degrees Brewing page

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