Stout in Jamaica? The Tropical Stout style began as an export to British colonies in hot climates across the globe, and many breweries in the Caribbean (including Jamaica) and Southeast Asia picked up the recipe and made it their own. Cold-loving lager yeast is fermented at a warmer temperature making this a hybrid similar to our Common Sense California Common. The result is a dark, roasty stout with a much sweeter flavor profile and lighter body than you’d expect at first glance. Super drinkable on hot or cold days, this brew reinforces the craft beer lovers maxim “don’t be afraid of the dark.” A great beer to enjoy recreationally with friends on the patio, so let's get together and feel alright! Limited Release. OG 1076, IBU 36, ABV 7.5%,
Food Pairing: Jamaican style Jerked meats, Southeast Asian curries & cuisine, Spicy BBQ, Aged Ham, Blue Cheese, Pineapple
Grains/Adjuncts: Two Row, Caramel, Munich, Blackprinz, Chocolate, Roast Barley, Oats
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