Aussie Brewer Launches Chocolate Milkshake Beer

Are you in love with a chocolate milkshake? Or do you love beer? If you love both, you will be loving the chocolate milkshake beer.

It sounds weird but we have come to know about it just now. It is a bold combination. And also ut is a disastrous trifle experiment. Various England managers were disappointed when they were trying to play Lampard and Gerrard together.

Though, the Aussie Brewer is behind this chocolate milkshake beer. And he claims it to be “utterly delicious”.

The Sparkke Change Brewery Company in Australia is behind the pioneering beverage. It evidently tastes just like a chocolate milkshake, while also loading 6 per cent ABV.

The stout is named ” Better Lait Than Never”. It is a result of experimentation by Carla Naismith, an Aussie Brewer.

Milkshake Beer By Aussie Brewer

While explaining what the stout is all about, the brewery said, “Sparkke’s Chocolate Milkshake Stout sits at 6 per cent ABV and 20 IBUs [International Bitterness Units], proof that full, rich flavour can come in a brew of modest proportions.”

“Full-bodied, the flavour has overtones of milk chocolate and a cream-like sweetness found from the residual sugars of the lactose additions.”

“The lactose nimbly rounds out the black malt profile and the absence of a hop presence provides a smooth mouthfeel, with an easy sweetness as soothing and reminiscent of a chocolate milkshake, only boozy. To no surprise, the beer tastes just like a chocolate milkshake and it is utterly delicious.”

“Resident brewer Carla Naismith wanted to experiment with higher mash temperatures and lactose additions. The result? A flavourful, nicely balanced beer with the sweet cream of lactose buffering the malt heavy notes and earthy contributions of the chocolate malts and oats.”

“Add hints of roasted coffee and toasted marshmallow and you truly get a perfect transitional seasonal stout as we move into the warmer months.”

We hope you will be loving this too.

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