ABV: 11.9% IBU: 65
Big Sky Brewing's Ivan the Terrible Imperial Stout is brewed according to the traditional style using English hops and the finest American malt. It's aroma and flavor balance well between esters of dried fruit and roasted cocoa with a slight bourbon presence.
Chocolate is a favorite, classic food pairing for Russian Imperial Stouts. And where the chocolate is concerned, the darker, the better. The beer gets its 'chocolate' flavors from roasted malt and it can often be a perfect match for cocoa chocolate flavors.
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Russian Imperial Stout
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