Castle Milk Stout - 6 Pack

$25.00 aud

Castle Milk Stout uses a dark roasted malt to extract a full-flavoured brew. With strong hints of toffee, butterscotch and coffee, its natural bitterness is balanced by a rich, sweet taste.

It is classically paired with oysters, but it can also be served confidently with braised and roasted meats, such as oxtail. It complements a selection of cheeses such as matured cheddar, Gouda, goat’s milk, blue-veined or Camembert varieties. And when it’s time for something sweet, Castle Milk Stout is a natural accompaniment to dessert and coffee.


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