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 330ml
5.5%
£ 2.50
Pearl Necklace Oyster Stout by Flying Dog
Pearl Necklace Oyster Stout by Flying Dog
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Description

Carrying a malty aroma that mixes with mild chocolate and sea salt, this inky black stout gets its complex character from the inclusion of Rappahannock oysters in the brewing process. Those distinct scents carry on to the palate, the roasted malts blessing it with sweeter flavours and later rounding out with a kick of smokiness. - Learn more about Flying Dog

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About the makers

Flying Dog Good people drink good beer!

Initially founded as a brewpub in 1990's Aspen, Colorado, Flying Dog has developed into one of the country's most recognisable brewing identities. Two men are at the helm, astrophysicist George Stranahan and his lifelong friend Richard McIntyre, and together they're bringing their whole beer community together with their year-round and seasonal collections. Fun Fact: the pair used to be very good friends with the iconic journalist Hunter S. Thompson. Although he died back in 2005, his legacy lives in on the brewery's uniquely illustrated labels that reference his collaboration with British illustrator Ralph Steadman. View the Flying Dog page

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