A decadent coffee-infused stout
Give Espresso Stout a shot this Winter
In 2014, Fuller’s developed its very own Brewer Street blend of coffee - and we’ve been itching to brew a beer with those rich, aromatic beans ever since. Espresso Stout is the luxurious, inky-black outcome - and if you’re not sure beer and coffee can truly go together, just wait until you give it a shot…
A beer that’s full of beans
Back when we created Brewer Street coffee, we used the flavour profile of Fuller’s beers as our starting point. Now, we’re bringing things full circle by putting our signature blend of Arabica beans back into our beer.
For Espresso Stout, ground Brewer Street coffee is added to the copper alongside a range of malts, before more beans are steeped in the brew during maturation - resulting in a gloriously rich fusion of coffee and beer.
Dark and velvety, Espresso Stout offers roasted notes to the nose, with distinct coffee flavour and chocolate highlights on the palate. Five malts and golden naked oats give the beer its full body, while Sovereign hops lend an earthy bitterness to the brew.
Raise a glass
Available on the bar during December, this seasonal stout offers the perfect winter warmer. Finally, you no longer have to choose between coffee and beer on those chilly December days…
Make a mocha of chocolate brownie
The rich chocolate and coffee notes in Espresso Stout will perfectly complement the dark chocolate of the brownie and the sweet vanilla of the ice cream. There’s also enough carbonation to cut through the brownie’s dense texture and refresh the palate.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Chocolate, Crystal, Imperial, Munich, Pale Ale, Golden Naked Oats
- Hops: Sovereign
Warm to a pint of Jack Frost
A malty, warming ale to melt away your winter blues, Fuller’s Jack Frost is the ideal companion for the season of sanctuary. Take refuge in the pub with this brilliantly robust brew, full of fruity flavour.
Something completely different
Find natural beauty in Organic Honey Dew
The UK’s best-selling organic beer, Fuller’s Organic Honey Dew buzzes with a zesty edge and subtle sweetness. Approved by the Soil Association, it’s a thing of natural beauty – pure, golden sunshine in a glass.