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RATINGS: 100   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.36/5   IBU: 30   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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Lily Flagg Milk Stout is named for Huntsville’s most famous quadruped. A prize cow owned by local plantation owner Samuel B. Moore, Lily Flagg was honored as one of the world’s best butterfat producers in 1892 at an exposition in Chicago. This dark, rich beer contains tons of roasted malt goodness, hints of chocolate and coffee and a creamy mouth feel from the addition of milk sugars during the brewing process.

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3.1
   AROMA 6/10   APPEARANCE 4/5   TASTE 5/10   PALATE 3/5   OVERALL 13/20
mike5326 (1780) - virginia beach, Virginia, USA - NOV 12, 2013
Poured from a tap. Brown color with a massive tan foam head that slowly dissipates. Heavy malt and metallic aroma. Creamy sour metallic roasted malt flavor with a tangy finish.


3.3
emacgee (4704) - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - OCT 7, 2017
Dark insipid black pour with a thin short lived head. Nose shows some dark roasty notes with a noticeable sweetness. Dark fruits and caramel notes. Kind of singular and homebrewy. Slick dark grains with subdued roast in the flavor. Fruity and estery. Medium bodied.

3.4
BelgianBeerGal (4140) - Panama City, Florida, USA - JUN 3, 2017
Can from Birmingham Trader Joe’s. Pours a very dark brown with a nice brown head. The aroma is freshly baked bread and milk chocolate. The flavor definitely has some lactose plus coffee and datk malt. Nice enough.

3.4
Ron (4110) - Rochester, New York, USA - NOV 24, 2016
Can. Poured black with a small tan head. Aroma of chocolate, roasted malt and hint of coffee. Taste of chocolate , roasted malt and bit of coffee. Very mild bitterness and a clean finish. Fairly full body, smooth and creamy.Has a nice rich feel. Thanks for the trade JB.

2.9
jb (3348) - Rochester, New York, USA - NOV 1, 2016
Not my style. I love sweet stouts of the sam smith oatmeal variety but this one was a bit sweet. Nice roast notes in the nose and taste, along with coffee, and a dry wood finish.

3.6
tmongoose (2504) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - AUG 4, 2016
can to glass that pours dark brown to almost black with smallish tan head. the aroma is dark roasted malts, coffee, chocolate malt..flavor is more of the same nice coffee and chocolate flavors almost like chocolate malts...easy drinking and full of flavor.

4.1
shrubber85 (11582) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - JUL 1, 2016
Can. Coffee, milk chocolate malt and hay aroma. Black with nice tan head. Moderately sweet latte, chocolate malt, and moderately bitter dry grass flavor. Light wood ash finish. Nice body. Excellent.

3.5
drfabulous (8486) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - JUN 5, 2016
12 ounce can from Hop City. Dark pour with a lot of carbonation. Burnt chocolate. Lactose. Some creamy body. Ok.

3.4
wombat23 (1665) - Texas, USA - MAY 1, 2016
Draft at the source. Dark brown color with a tan head. Aroma of dark roasted malts. Taste is roasted malt, chocolate, and coffee notes with a bit of lactose. Good.

3.4
oldrtybastrd (5003) - Fort Walton Beach, Florida, USA - APR 15, 2016
Deep dark brown body. Aromas of malt, coffee and chocolate. Nice flavor of malt, coffee and chocolate as well. The finish was a little lighter than most, but still had a decent creaminess.

3.6
AWISLguy (3288) - Wisconsin, USA - APR 4, 2016
12oz can from GT Package in Grovetown. Chocolate milk pour with a tan head leaving some lacing. Caramel, molasses, lactose and brown sugar. Tasty, although sweet, and with some of an off taste in the end. More sweet than bitter in the finish. 13.6


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