Beers, ales and lagers come in many types, styles and variations. Please choose from the styles listed to find more of the beers you like.
BrewDog Rip Tide
80A big, solid, clean and uncompromising imperial stout, packed with flavour.
Brooklyn Chocolate Stout
85Not as sumptuously chocolatey as you might expect from the name but an exceptionally good, deep ruby-coloured stout.
De Struise Black Albert
90A bittersweet, remarkable beer, an imperial stout with a Belgian twist – in fact they call it a ‘Belgian Royal Stout'.
Dogfish Head World Wide Stout
78A big, attention grabbing stout, but perhaps a touch too sweet and with too much alcohol floating about – something that is exacerbated by the level of carbonation.
Great Divide Yeti
89A first-rate imperial stout with a distinct American accent, thanks to the skilful use of fragrant hops. The carbonation allows this near-black beer to drink much lighter than its 9.5% ABV.
Harvey's Bicentenary Stout
80A bold, demanding beer for the Battle of Trafalgar commemorations. An acquired taste.
Harvey's Imperial Extra Double Stout
88Splendid re-creation of the imperial Russian stout style in a corked bottle. Not for the fainthearted or the novice.
Harvey's Imperial Extra Double Stout 2003
84The daddy of imperial stouts, a recreation of a beer once imported into the Russian empire by Albert Le Coq. It's an acquired taste, with no compromises.
Left Hand Imperial Stout
80A full-value, deep-ruby coloured, US beer that defies its strength with enormous drinkability.
Samuel Smith Imperial Stout
83Good imperial stout flavours but at a more manageable strength than most examples of the style currently on the market.
84One of the last surviving Baltic porters, brewed in the south of Poland. A chunky but smooth beer.
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