Blood brothers with a new blood type, Ruby Port Wine! This beer is brewed with a variety of malts (black and roasted) with little sweet notes, a bitter aftertaste, and at 9.1%, it has a light hoppiness.
After 1817, the use of black malt and its derivatives afterwards defines this style, popularized by Dry Stout at first (think of Guiness) then by even higher in ABV Imperial Stouts exported to the court of Catherine II in Russia.learn more
The Hague, Nederlands, Founded in 2012. 'KOMPAAN makes beers ranging from hoppy Lager to Imperial Stout aged in port barrels, kettle Sours and other fun projects.'learn more
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