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6 winter brews to make room in your fridges for

6 winter brews to make room in your fridges for

What do you reach for on a cold day? If it’s a heavy, comforting beer then you’re not alone. As four suppliers shared in our Art of Winter Brewing article, we often gravitate to darker, stronger beers that warm the cockles.

6 winter brews to make room in your fridges for

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What do you reach for on a cold day? If it’s a heavy, comforting beer then you’re not alone. As four suppliers shared in our Art of Winter Brewing article, we often gravitate to darker, stronger beers that warm the cockles.

With this in mind, we’ve rounded up our top pick of winter brews worth clearing space in your fridges for.

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Caribbean Stout

by Philter Brewing

A full bodied tropical stout made using lager yeast. Silky chocolate and coffee flavours are topped off by rum and raisin notes for a smooth finish with a sweet back note.

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Black Head Milk Stout

by The Coastal Brewing

The lactose (milk) added during the boil makes this a sweeter style stout and with moderate IBU’s and ABV this will appeal to stout and non-stout drinkers alike.

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Double Dark Red IPA

by Six String Brewing

With double the malt and triple the hops this Double Dark Red IPA is an amped up version of our legendary Dark Red IPA. The use of caramel & chocolate malts give it dark velvety red colour.

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Dark Ale Carton

by Moo Brew

Lightly hopped with American Simcoe, Centennial & Cascade hops and uses the darker end of the spectrum of crystal malts, making for a nicely roasted dark beer.

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Red Nut Red IPA

by BentSpoke Brewing

A Red IPA, with a resiny hop and caramel malt character, Red Nut features Fortnight, Mosaic, Citra, EKG, and Amarillo hops for a big hoppy punch on top of a strong, dark, malt base.

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Elsie the Milk Stout

by Batch Brewing Co

Made by combining unfermentable lactose with a malt bill. The result is a beer that's sweet and smooth & dark and roasty, with gentle touches of chocolate, coffee and cream.

As you know, the chilly weather doesn’t last all that long here in Australia so get them in whilst people are seeking solace in a can of something strong and dark.

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