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Coconut Milk Stout

IBUs

27

ABV (%)

5.3

SRM

black

Flavor Notes

Toasted coconut wafts from the glass, with a mixture of dark and milk chocolate. Hints of roast blend with the coconut and chocolate on the palate. Lactose additions increase the texture and body of this stout making it silky, rich, and smooth.

Malts Used

Toasted coconut copra

Food Pairings

Samosas, Vanilla Ice Cream (for floats!), Panna Cotta, Bread Pudding. Think dessert!

Toasted Coconut Copra

The coconut is an interesting little drupe. It’s origins, still up for debate, range from the Melanesia-India-Australian region to that of South America. A hardy fruit, the coconut has many uses in many of its different forms. From fibers pulled from its husks, to those briny coconut water drinks replacing nostalgia with adult juice boxes, to the aptly named “millionaires salad’ derived from eating the heart of the palm itself–the coconut is an embodiment of the concept of Kalpavriksha. Today we’ll focus on the Copra, the flesh of the coconut.

Why? Because 30 lbs. of coconut copra was added to Dangerous Man’s Milk Stout. Yeah, Almond Joy has nothing on us.

The coconut copra was lightly toasted leaving the milky-white meat speckled khaki and raw umber.  Toasting the coconut helps to dry out the oily flesh and to enhance the coconut aroma we’ve all come to know and expect. Added to fermentor, the coconut copra has been lending the stout its flavor during fermentation. When yeast is added to hop-filled wort, a myriad of strange and fascinating process occur that give you the finished beer. This toasted coconut copra has joined the fray and will bring you a milk stout like no other.

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