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Style: English Stout
 
Style Information
The English Stout is similar to the American Stout, with the exception that hop presence should be very minimal. Further, the mouthfeel should be somewhat thinner than a normal American Stout. There should be notable roasted grains tastes, as well as slightly notable coffee, chocolate or cocoa notes. ABV should also be notably below American Stouts, with a range of 3% to 7%.

Recommend glassware for this style
 
GlasswareDescription 
Pint Glass Pint glasses are what most people recognize as a typical beer glass. There are actually three different types of pint glasses - shaker pints, nonic pints and tulip pints.

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Snifter Typically used for serving brandy and cognac, a snifter is ideal for capturing the volatiles of aromatic beers, such as Belgian ales, India Pale Ales, barleywines and wheat wines. The shape helps... [more]

Top Consumed English Stout
 
 BeerConsumed
1. Cream Stout by St. Peter's Hall11
2. Samuel Smith Organic Chocolate Stout by Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)6
3. Black by Lancaster Brewery3
4. Strike Out Stout by Cooperstown Brewing Company2
5. Belhaven Scottish Stout (Bottle) by Belhaven Brewery Company Ltd.2
6. Blackheart Stout by Middle Ages Brewing Co., Ltd.2
7. Zatek by Buckeye Brewing1
8. G.F.Y Stout by Spiteful Brewing1
9. Stonewall Stout by Blue & Gray Brewing Company, Inc1
10. Lump Of Coal by Ridgeway Brewing1

Top Reviews English Stout
 
 BeerAvg Score
1. Belhaven Scottish Stout (Bottle) by Belhaven Brewery Company Ltd.88
2. Blackheart Stout by Middle Ages Brewing Co., Ltd.86
3. Stout by August Schell Brewing Co., Inc.82
4. Snowstorm 2006 by August Schell Brewing Co., Inc.78
5. Lump Of Coal by Ridgeway Brewing74
6. Marston's Oyster Stout by Marston's PLC64
7. Cream Stout by St. Peter's Hall64
8. Samuel Smith Organic Chocolate Stout by Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)54