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Oak Aged Millionaire

Chocolate + Caramel + Oak

Everything you love about our Millionaire Milk Stout but with added vanilla oakiness, for a slightly drier, tannic finish and a little more sophistication. For a number of years, Millionaire has been one of our best-selling beers, combining beautiful rich cocoa Nibs, roasted and caramel character malts with a savoury salty edge. The oak-ageing takes it to another level.

Available in 440ml can

  • 440 ML
  • 4.7% ABV
  • 16.5 IBU
  • 17.5 PLATO
  • Oak Aged Millionaire
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About

Everything you love about our Millionaire Milk Stout but with added vanilla oakiness, for a slightly drier, tannic finish and a little more sophistication. For a number of years, Millionaire has been one of our best-selling beers, combining beautiful rich cocoa Nibs, roasted and caramel character malts with a savoury salty edge. The oak-ageing takes it to another level.

Ingredients

Malt

Carafa, Munich, Caramalt, Chocolate & Crystal Light

Hops

Huell Mellon

Yeast

House Ale Yeast

Other

Cocoa Nibs, Lactose, American Oak Chips

Allergens

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

Experience

Appearance

Deep black and clear

Aroma

Chocolate, smooth vanilla and biscuit

Flavours

Chocolate milk, rich oak tannin ceder

Finish

Complex floral and woody notes

Unique Aspect

The delicious decadence and complexities of Millionaire comes 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 highest quality cocoa nibs that are used by chocolateers and pastry chefs around the world. For this special edition, we then bring in the oak-ageing, creating further character and flavour.

Food Pairings

Sweet beers pair great with red meats, roasted anything and nearly all deserts. The slightly oaky tannic finish will be a great pairing against a rustic blue cheese like Stichelton, or paired with the beautiful slow cooking of a pot-roasted brisket of beef.

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