Wiper and True Milk Shake Milk Stout (5.6%)

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Brewed by Wiper and True
Style: Sweet Stout
Bristol, England

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RATINGS: 36   MEAN: 3.61/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.54/5   IBU: 12   EST. CALORIES: 168   ABV: 5.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Milk stouts are brewed with sugar from cows milk to give the beer a sweet, creamy tone. Bristol breweries were once famous for making the best milk stouts around. For our take on the traditional recipe we’ve used copious amounts of chocolate malts and laced them with vanilla to create a milkshake rich, velvety and satisfying dark beer.

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3.6
macca147 (514) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - NOV 18, 2017
500ml bottle. Pours an ink black with a tan head. Aroma: roasted malt, milk, cocoa notes. Mild aroma. Taste: roasted malt, milk, cocoa, brown sugar flavours. Medium bodied. Mild sweetness. Quite easy drinking, and not over sweet. This beer is well balanced, and is a good standsrd milk stout, without being amazing.

3.8
rami_pl (4468) - Warszawa, POLAND - NOV 11, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking a Milk Shake Stout by Wiper And True at Kamienica Hoża 41 Slodki, kakaowo-czekoladowy, pijalny, lekki, niewysoko wysycony, gladki, ryli najs

2.7
stravale (3145) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - OCT 30, 2017
Aroma: 7 Look: 3 Taste: 5 Palate: 2 Overall: 10
Keg @ Pleased To Meet You, Newcastle [040917]
Black, thin ruby edges, thin tan head
Aroma of sweet candy, milky candy, soft vanilla, yeah - smells like a vanilla milk shake
Taste of sweet malts, getting vanilla, little dark malt as so much milk sugar sweetness, tbh the flavour is not good
Palate - Soft carb, medium body, very sweet. Finish is sweet, sweet, sweet
Overall - Bot of a novelty, sugary sweet stout...the dark malt flavour is wiped(!) out by the sugars...ordered a 1/3 and didn't finish it

3.6
dambor (832) - Berlin, GERMANY - OCT 14, 2017
UPDATED: OCT 14, 2017 Pours black w small head. Aroma: nice roastiness and lactose aroma. Taste: nice full body with vanilla, lactose and dark malt. Indeed like a milk shake. Nice.

3.2
mike_77 (7099) - Breda, NETHERLANDS - OCT 6, 2017
Black with thin soapy head. Aroma has some sweet vanilla. Flavour is similar but with some roasted malts too. Has a fine carbonation but would have been better if it was smooth.

3.9
bateleur (155) - BETCHWORTH, Surrey, ENGLAND - SEP 14, 2017
330ml bottle from Cobbett’s Dorking batch 29 IBU 11. Pours dark brown with medium tan head. Aroma malt - chocolate plus touch of vanilla. Taste sweet.

3.9
anfractuosity (458) - - SEP 2, 2017
Awesome beer. Very low carbonation. Chocolatey aroma. Lovely sweetness. Great!

3.6
Fin (10918) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - AUG 28, 2017
Bottle picked up from Beer Revolution, Hay on Wye, Powys, consumed at home B/H Monday 28th August 2017, whilst preparing Tuna Burgers with Chinese Cabbage Tsatsiki. Sweet stout with a creamy milky flavour. A little chocolate, it’s nice and for the style very good. Colour is almost black, head did not last long. A7 A4 T7 P4 Ov14 3.6

3.1
TBone (18228) - Pori, FINLAND - AUG 25, 2017
Bottled 330ml (Beergium)
Dark brown colour, small steady beige head. Chocolaty toasted aroma. Medium-bodied, smooth palate. Quite sweet flavour with cocoa, chocolate and vanilla. Almost really "milky". Lactose is somewhat dominant. Light toastyness. I am not a big fan of lactose bombs but this is drinkable.

3.7
imdownthepub (15336) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - AUG 14, 2017
Draught at The Salt Horse, Edinburgh. Very dark brown with cream head. Sweet Chocolate flavours with a vanilla hint. Milka type chocolate, Swiss, then a richly roasted malt. Very decent.


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