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The craft beer world has been abuzz about Sierra Nevada’s collaboration with 12 different breweries, so for the last few days we’ve been looking at a few of these dozen draft delights. Double Latte pairs the folks at Sierra Nevada up with the brewers at Ninkasi for a beer that describes itself in its name. This is a robust milk stout made with heaps of cold-brewed coffee, a near perfect combination for lovers of coffee beers. Black as night with a frothy tan head, tons of rich roasted coffee dominate every aspect of this beer. This being a milk stout, the body is creamy and smooth, softening the harsh roast of the coffee. Touches of bitter chocolate kiss the finish. This beer is nothing short of delicious. Try it at London Grill.
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