Horse & Dragon H&D Snug Vanilla Caramel Double Cream Ale - Nitro

Brewed by Horse & Dragon Brewing Company

Nitro Vanilla Caramel Double Cream Ale8.3% ABV

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

A wonderful winter warmer, this creamy, sweet ale will bring to mind warm blankets, fireside conversations, and all the best holiday cookies. It is available on both CO2 and nitrogen, and with either gas it pours with a delicious, creamy head that is redolent with the vanilla caramel aroma that gives the beer its name. Caramel continues in the taste, and the beer finishes with a bit of the warning that it is not an ale to be taken lightly (it’s 8.3% ABV).

Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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