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 330ml
7.0%
Hibernator by Black Isle Brewing
Hibernator by Black Isle Brewing Hibernator by Black Isle Brewing Hibernator by Black Isle Brewing
Hibernator by Black Isle Brewing
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Description

A large but simple grist of pale and chocolate malts alongside unmalted oats creates Hibernator’s big, hefty and creamy body. Medium dry black beer with hints of espresso and liquorice, the accompanying berry and hedgerow fruit flavours are created by the addition of the English First Golding hops. In the mouth you will experience espresso, fruit, liquorice and delight. Match it with vanilla cheesecake and your life will be complete. - Learn more about Black Isle Brewing

Details
  • Beer Style: Stout
  • ABV: 7.0%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: Scotland
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About the makers

Black Isle Brewing Homegrown in the highlands

Black Isle was started by David Gladwin in 1998. An unemployed beer lover, he set out to make world class beer using barley and hops grown on organic farms as nature intended. The Black Isle is famous for the quality of its malting barley and it was there on the farm called Allangrange. In 1790 Sir Roderick Mackenzie recorded that the land was found to be of “superior quality for the brewer and distiller.” The brewery has bought 125 acres and turned it into a working organic farm growing organic barley to make their delicious beer. Today Black Isle can brew up to 10,000 litres a day and ship all the way to Japan. View the Black Isle Brewing page

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