Mccoy's Public House Usra Major Imperial Stout

Brewed by Mccoy's Public House

Imperial Stout

Imperial stout, also known as "Russian Imperial Stout" or "Imperial Russian Stout," is a strong dark beer or stout that was originally brewed by Thrale's brewery in London, England for export to the court of Catherine II of Russia, as "Thrale's Entire Porter". URSA MAJOR has a high alcohol content - ten and a half percent abv. It?s a rich, intense brew with big complex flavors and a warming finish.
URSA MAJOR SPECS?

Malt? Pale 2-row, Vienna malt Roasted malt, Chocolate malt, Melanoidin malt, Biscuit malt, and Belgian candied sugar.

Hops? American Horizon and East Kent Goldings from England

Original Gravity? 26 Plato

IBU? 85

Fermented with McCoy?s House Ale Yeast


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