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Millionaire

Salted Caramel + Chocolate + Milk Stout

Sometimes a drink can make you feel so decadent it’s like you’re a millionaire; this beer wraps you in a velvety cocoon, dresses you in a smart suit and takes you out for a special night on the tiles... Sweet and salty collide in this rich, balanced and smooth dessert stout.

Available in 330ml Bottle / 30l Keg

  • 330 ML
  • 4.7% ABV
  • 14 IBU
  • 17.5 PLATO
  • Millionaire
  • Millionaire
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Sometimes a drink can make you feel so decadent it’s like you’re a millionaire; this beer wraps you in a velvety cocoon, dresses you in a smart suit and takes you out for a special night on the tiles... Sweet and salty collide in this rich, balanced and smooth dessert stout.

Ingredients

Malt

Munich, Chocolate, Crystal. Caramalt, Caraffa Special 1

Hops

Magnum

Yeast

American Ale

Other

Cocoa Nibs, Sea Salt, Lactose

Allergens

Malted Barley (gluten), Wheat (gluten), Lactose (milk)

Experience

Appearance

Black velvet, chocolate foam

Aroma

Caramel, toffee, dark chocolate

Flavours

Salted caramel with lashings of white coffee and milk chocolate

Finish

Big, rich, rounded and lingering

Cellaring

Drink Fresh

Unique Aspect

The delicious decadence and complexities of Millionaire come from the eclectic array of high-quality ingredients that we put into this beer. Starting with its Munich malt base, we use solely speciality malts to deliver a satisfying big body that brings a huge mouth-feel to its relatively low abv. We then bring in Valrhona Cocao nibs that are used by chocolatiers and pastry chefs around the world. For the finish is a flurry of Cornish sea salt that brings a lingering savoury balance.

The idea for this beer sparked when our co-founders sat down for coffee in Edinburgh on a cold January afternoon. Along with a black coffee, Andrew ordered a slice of Millionaire’s Shortbread. The combination of salted caramel, dark chocolate, biscuit base and the bitter coffee were intensely satisfying. So he and Brett set about de-constructing the favours to rebuild them into a beer.

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Food Pairings

Sweet beers pair great with red meats, roasted anything and nearly all deserts. The chocolate notes in the beer will compliment many sweet treats, or it can provide a striking contrast to tarter fruit desserts.

For a beautiful sweet and savoury pairing, leave your bottle of port on the top shelf and reach for a Millionaire instead, it simply just loves a pairing with any veiny blue cheese, especially Stilton!

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