Colorado's Left Hand Milk Stout has a sweet creaminess to go along with its roasty flavor. The addition of lactose – a sugar derived from actual milk – provides the characteristic sweetness, as well as some extra body. Since the lactose sugar is unfermentable, it doesn't add any additional alcohol. At 4.4%, this is an ideal chaser. [lefthandbrewing.com]
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