Food & Drink 10 superior stouts to drink now (including alcohol-free)

10 superior stouts to drink now (including alcohol-free)


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Ilkley Brewery Nowt Mary

0.5%;, £20 for 12 x 330ml bottles

Elegant milk stout from Yorkshire. Eloquent in its creamy mouthfeel, it is surprisingly full-bodied and features a satisfying swish of milk chocolate, cortado coffee and a feather-light roastiness.

Siren Broken Dream Nitro Breakfast Stout

6.5%;Morrisons, £3.50 for a 440ml can

Indulgent coffee nitro-stout with a smooth texture, thanks to a widget in the can that releases nitrogen. The aroma resonates with freshly ground coffee, while each sip reveals a mocha creaminess, robust roastiness, soft vanilla and chocolate before a bittersweet finish.

Small Beer Stout

2.5%;, £15 for 6 x 330ml cans

Delicious low-alcohol stout that pulsates with notes of freshly brewed coffee, milk chocolate and vanilla on the nose. On the palate there are layers of coffee, toast, light citrus and a hint of vanilla.

Titanic Brewery Stout

4.5%;, £19.75 for 8 x 500ml bottles

A fulsome stout from the Potteries, whose aroma is a desirable celebration of roastiness. The full-bodied palate is rounded and creamy, with hints of treacle before finishing dry and bitter.

Tring Brewery Co. Tea Kettle Stout

4.7%;, £2.95 for a 500ml bottle

Chocolate, treacle and espresso coffee on both the nose and palate create an intensely flavoured stout. The finish is bittersweet, dry and bracing roasty.

Wiper and True Milk Shake Milk Stout

5.6%;Waitrose, £2.64 for a 440ml can

This Bristol-brewed milk stout is a creamy, vanilla-led, soothing, chocolatey, liqueur-like delight that you would be just as happy drinking on its own or pairing with ice cream.


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