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Brewed By: St. Peter's Brewery Co (UK)

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Average Rating:
7.38128

Number of Ratings: 438

Style: Milk / Sweet Stout

Brewed In: United Kingdom (England)

ABV: 6.50%

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St. Peter

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Tasting Notes

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brewbaker profile picturebrewbaker - May 25, 2015
Smooth and tasty beer. Tastes more boozy than the 6.5% indicated.
Stout73 profile pictureStout73 - March 14, 2015
Very strong roast coffee flavor. Didn't have the sweetness I was expecting from a cream stout. Poured thin with not much head to speak. Not horrible, but just kind of ok.
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - May 13, 2014
This had a fairly decent roasted coffee flavor but I don't think it was creamy or chocolatey at all. It also lacked the thickness of a stout. Rather middle of road.
boltach profile pictureboltach - May 3, 2014
Really boring stout
jimortiz profile picturejimortiz - January 19, 2014
Blackberry aroma. Cloudy black color with no head. Earthy with light bitterness. Smooth.
allief78@gmail.com profile pictureallief78@gmail.com - January 19, 2014
So creamy, not bitter, smooth- like a dessert!
LP1 profile pictureLP1 - April 4, 2013
Awesome. Smooth. Excellent stout.
jordandoss profile picturejordandoss - January 26, 2013
Gross. Metallic taste.
itzkrazi profile pictureitzkrazi - January 22, 2013
I'm going to disagree with many other reviews. This was a decent stout but mine had a real strange aftertaste. I wouldn't call it "bitter". It's just different. (The bottle states it to be a dark chocolate cream stout)
nowringazi profile picturenowringazi - January 6, 2013
bitter roasted malts and creamy sweet finish. perfect!
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