Highland Black Watch Double Chocolate Milk Stout

Brewed by Highland Brewing Company

Sweet Stout8.0% ABV45 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

RateBeer Score    99 Overall   100 Style

The name pays tribute to Scotland’s historic military regiment known as The Black Watch. With their dark tartan and mission to keep watch over the Highlands, Highland salutes these warriors with a dark mahogany colored brew that pours silky smooth. Black Watch Double Chocolate Milk Stout combines more than 100 pounds of cacao nibs with five malts, roasted barley, and flaked oats to create a rich, high-gravity ale reminiscent of brownie batter and marshmallows with an aromatic nose and a lingerin


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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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