ALCOHOL BY VOLUME Refers to how much alcohol is present in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage.
INTERNATIONAL BITTERNESS UNIT Measures a beer's bitterness from 1 being the least bitter and 100 being the most.
STANDARD REFERENCE METHOD Used to specify beer color with 1 being the lightest and 40 being the darkest.
NY Pale Malt, Munich Malt, C-60 Malt, Debittered Black Malt, Chocolate Malt, Flaked Oats.
NY Chinook in the boil for bittering and west coast Cascade in the boil for bittering.
Mashed at a higher temperature for a finish with a bit of perceived sweetness using dark roasted malts which impart roasty notes of coffee, and dark chocolate and oats for a thicker, creamy mouthfeel and head retention. Lactose added for additional residual sweetness and mouthfeel.
A deep black beer, the flavor is full of baker’s chocolate, coffee, and bread crust. It finishes with notes of vanilla, mocha, and a smooth, full-bodied mouthfeel.Download Tech Sheet