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Your Guide to Australian Craft Beer / Wednesday 24 September 2014

Mornington Peninsula Russian Imperial Stout - Mornington Peninsula Brewery


Mornington Peninsula Russian Imperial Stout

Things are getting dark on the peninsula. Very dark… as AG prepares to unleash the Mornington Peninsula Russian Imperial Stout around Australia. The third in the brewery’s imperial range – all of which will be packaged together from August for those of you who like your beers big – it’s “deep espresso in colour with a thick, tan head” says the man behind it. He add: “Enticing aromas of coffee and dark chocolate lead into a complex and moreish palate. Liquorice, cocoa and dark fruit flavours are underpinned by a roasted malt finish.” It’s lightly carbonated and late-hopped with Amarillo for a fruity flourish too. And it’s coming your way right about now…


The Terminus
Beer DeLuxe
Woodlands Hotel
Deja Vu (formerly Biero)
The Local Taphouse St Kilda
The Local Taphouse Darlo
Alehouse Project (opens this Friday – look out for story on Crafty)
Belgian Beer Cafe Eureka
Chapel St Cellars
Junction Beer Hall
The Scratch, Brisbane
Werribee Park Hotel (new venue, not yet opened – look out for story on Crafty soon)
Odyssey Tavern, Geelong
Blackhearts & Sparrows (growler fills)
Swords Select South Melbourne (Growler fills)
Brunswick Cider House

Style: Russian Imperial Stout
Strength: 9.5%


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