Fallen Brewing is launching Oyster Stout 5.5% ABV brewed with real oysters on 26th February.
Fallen’s Oyster Stout 5.5% ABV is based on its salted caramel milk stout recipe for Chew Chew but brewed using oysters in collaboration with The Bow Bar (Edinburgh). The oysters were shucked, shells added early in the boiling process with the meat and brine added late. The shells and liquid inside the oysters add a wonderful briny, ‘sea-water’ character while the proteins in the meat add to the already luxurious, soft, full texture of the beer. It has a sweet but clean aroma on the nose with a rich dark colour and a firm white head, delivering a fresh sweet and rich malty flavour with a clean ever-so-slightly briny finish.
Oyster Stout will be launching on 26th February in cask at the Bow Bar and online at www.fallenbrewing.co.uk/shop at £3.00 per 330ml can.
Established in 2014, Fallen Brewing is situated in the old Kippen Railway Station with views towards The Trossachs and The South West Highlands. The range is made using only pure, soft Scottish mountain water and the best hops and malts from around the world.
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