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  • 50 CL.
  • Blue Mountain Stout

Blue Mountain Stout

50 CL.
Can be served with sausages, cheese, desserts, coffee and chocolate.

LIGHT STRONG
SWEET BITTER
BEER TYPE
Stout
ALCOHOL
6,5% VOL.
APPEARANCE
Hazel colour with thick crown of white foam.
AROMA & TASTE
Aroma of caramel and freshly-roasted coffee. The flavour has a touch of liquorice and aromatic notes of the admixed Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee and dark 70% chocolate.
TEMPERATURE
Recommended for ultimate enjoyment: 8° C. Store in a cool, dark place.
INGREDIENTS
Water, malted barley, malted wheat, carbon dioxide, hops, coffee and chocolate.
HISTORY
Traditionally, stout is the general designation for the strongest dark porters with an ABV of 7–8%. Blue Mountain coffee is known for its mild flavour and subdued bitterness. These unique qualities have built up a reputation as one of the most sought-after coffees in the world.

Nutritional content per 100 ml

Energy 248 kJ / 50 kcal

Total fat 0 g

- where of saturated 0 g

Total carbohydrate 4.7 g

- where of sugars 0.1 g

Protein 0.7 g

Salt 0.03 g

Beer creme brulee

With beer pickled cherries

 

For 4 persons

 

600g cream

100g milk

1dl beer syrup

4 dl whole milk

6 egg yolks

70g sugar

125g stone cherries

2dl beer syrup

 

Creme brulee: Whip egg and sugar till its white. Cook the cream, milk and beer syrup up and pour it into the egg while constantly stirring. Sift the mass through a fine sieve. Pour the mass in little cotters and put something over to cover it. Put them on a baking pan with water and bake at 90 ̊, till they are firm. It takes approximately 1 hour. Put them in the fridge until you want to use them. Sprinkle sugar on top and burn them till they are golden.

 

Beer pickled cherries: Put the stone free cherries on a baking pan and bake in the oven for approximately 1 hour at 80 ̊. Thereafter put the cherries in the beer syrup and leave them for at least a day.

 

 

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