Lucky 7 Stout Month’s Newest Release: Black Smoke Stout
Dear Taproom Friend & Baird Beer Enthusiast:
All stouts share an obvious common trait: they are black in color. They also share a more subtle one: namely, a slightly smokey character. Both of these common traits derive from the use of highly kilned malts and raw grains in the brewing of stouts.
Baird Beer Seasonal Release:
*Black Smoke Stout (6.5%):
In the case of Black Smoke Stout, we build upon the subtle smokiness derived from the used of highly kilned black malt, as well as roasted wheat and barely, by adding an additional and completely different source of smoke character — German 2-row base malt that has been dried (smoked) over a beechwood fire.
The intertwining of these two separately derived smoke characters is so complete that it is impossible to distinguish where one begins and the other ends. The overall impression that Black Smoke Stout will leave upon the drinker can be described in just a few words – silky, velvety-smooth smoke.
Black Smoke Stout begins pouring from our Taproom taps today (Wednesday, March 20). It is available for immediate release (bottles and kegs) to all Baird Beer retailing outlets in Japan. For those of you drinking a Black Smoke Stout at one of our Taprooms, be sure to get your Lucky Seven Stout Card stamped. You will be only one stout away (Great American Stout) from completing the card and earning yourself a free Baird Beer shirt.
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