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Mill Street Crosstown Latte Stout

Mill Street Crosstown Latte Stout

Rated 3.000 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Mill Street Brewery

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Style:  Milk Stout

5.5% Alcohol by Volume

33 International Bittering Units

This is a limited edition beer


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Crosstown Latte Stout was the winner of the Mill Street Brewery 2017 “Iron Brewer” competition, the taste of this full-bodied stout inspires feelings of a warm café on a cold winter’s day. Locally sourced coffee combines with lactose to give this jet black stout a smooth, latte-like finish.

ID: 73072 Last updated 2 years ago Added to database 2 years ago

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Statistics

Overall Rank37336
Overall Percentile21.3
Style Rank276 of 292
Style Percentile5.5
Lowest Score2.9
Highest Score3.1
Average Score3.000
Weighted Score3.000
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • PALEALERIDER 2233 reviews
    rated 3.1 2 years ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 6 | Mouthfeel: 5 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 6

    Can from winter mix pack. Pours a fairly big frothy tan head and has a deep dark brown appearance. Decent thick dirty lacing. Moderate carbonation. Aromas of coffee, chocolate, earthy and herbal notes, hints of vanilla. Flavours of sweet malts, lactose, chocolate, coffee, cacao nibs, vanilla. Somewhat of a watery mouthfeel, it could be a bit heavier. Mild bitterness. Good retention. Not bad.

  • CHOPZ 5615 reviews
    rated 2.9 2 years ago

    Aroma: 6 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 6 | Flavor: 5 | Overall: 5

    Pours a very dark brown colour with little copper highlights. The head is pretty nice, almost creamy, warm darker beige, long lasting and leaving bubbly-creamy lacing. Aromas of roasted malts and flaked oats. Hints of lactose sweetness and chocolate. The taste shows lots of rusty water through what seems to be too strong hops, that do not fit the beer. In the back is the roasted malts and I cannot seem to find the coffee. Missing coffee, lactose sweetness over hoppy bitterness. Seems like a hoppier stout. About it.

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