At Drop Bear, we pride ourselves on brewing the best non-alcoholic beers with the finest quality ingredients. In this blog post, we’ll take a peek behind the glass of our Bonfire Stout and explore what makes it such a special beer.
What is Bonfire Stout?
Stout is a type of dark beer that is known for its rich, dark colour, full-bodied mouthfeel, and roasted malt flavours. It originated in England in the 18th century and has since become a popular style of beer around the world. Stouts are typically brewed using dark, roasted malts, which give them their distinctive dark colour and flavours of coffee, chocolate, and roasted grains. They can vary in sweetness, with some stouts being dry and others having a sweeter profile.
Bonfire Stout is a Dry Stout. Dry stout, also known as Irish stout, is a type of stout beer that is characterized by its dry and roasty flavour profile, dark colour, and moderate alcohol content. It originated in Ireland and has become a popular beer style around the world.
What does Bonfire Stout taste like?
Brewed with a blend of roasted malts, this non-alcoholic stout is complex and decadent. Pouring with a thick coffee-coloured head, expect notes of smoke, espresso and dark chocolate.
We appreciate all beer styles not just the cool hoppy ones. When we decided to add a 0.5% ABV stout to our range, we knew we wanted it to stand out from the crowd and really showcase the power of malts. Inspired by our passion for traditional+ styles with a twist, expect to be wowed.
Keen to try Bonfire Stout?
Buy a pack of Bonfire Stout here.