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Coffee / Chocolate / Honey Beer

There’s maths at work here. Add a tasty something to another tasty something and you’ll likely get a third tasty something! That’s why you may have started to see coffee, chocolate and honey used in beer production - because the flavours work very well together indeed.

Coffee beers are growing in popularity, particularly among American craft brewers. As coffee notes can be found in many stouts and porters already, this is where the lion’s share of coffee beers will exist, and espresso notes can play a starring role. Chocolate is similar story - yummy porters and stouts can have rich, decadent chocolate notes, and as such there are some excellent chocolate stouts and chocolate porters out there. Honey is usually added to beer during the fermentation process, where the sugars are welcome. Masses of sweetness doesn’t always come through in the final brew, but it can add a mellow sugary element and a certain lightness to the body.

Dark Star Espresso

50cl, 4.2%
Dark Star

A dark (pitch black) beer brewed with roasted malt, challenger hops and freshly ground Arabica coffee beans!  More info

Dark Star Espresso
$3.49

Hiver Honey Beer

33cl, 5%
Hiver Beer

Hiver Honey Beer is a delicious blonde made using honey from British bee-keepers, which is added at the fermentation stage. There's plenty of talk around this tasty brew - you could say there's a…  More info

Hiver Honey Beer
$2.30

Hiver Honey Ale

33cl, 4.5%
Hiver Beer

Another tasty honey-based brew from the Hiver folks! This one is made with darker roasted malts to their previous expression, as well as fermented raw blossom and heather honeys. Yummers.  More info

Hiver Honey Ale
$2.78

Floris Chocolate

33cl, 4.2%
Huyghe Brewery

From the Floris range, produced by Huyghe Brewery, based around a wheat beer recipe and combined with chocolate. Very sweet and chocolatey (as you might expect).  More info

Floris Chocolate
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$2.08

Floris Honey

33cl, 4.5%
Huyghe Brewery

Something a little different from the Belgian Floris range - a honey flavoured beer! As these are based around a wheat beer recipe, we reckon the classic citrus notes will go rather well indeed with…  More info

Floris Honey
$2.14

Drake's Brewing Co. Electric Owl

65cl, 8%
Drake's Brewing Company

Owls are among the best variety of birds (just behind puffins and penguins), so why wouldn't you name your tasty brown ale brewed with coffee after them? Well, probably because that's what Drake's…  More info

Drake's Brewing Co. Electric Owl
$13.15

Brooklyn Brewery Intensified Coffee Porter

75cl, 11.8%
Brooklyn Brewery

The Intensified Coffee Porter was created as part of Brooklyn Brewery's Brooklyn Quarterly Experiment series. It's a big-bodied coffee Porter made with beans from El Salvador which have been roasted…  More info

Brooklyn Brewery Intensified Coffee Porter

Lost Abbey Track #10

38cl, 13.5%
The Lost Abbey

A bourbon cask aged coffee and cacao nib version of Lost Abbey's Serpent’s Stout (also using Older Viscosity) released as part of their Ultimate Box Set. One for when when the day is done and the sun…  More info

Lost Abbey Track #10

Edge Brewing Cookie Euphoria

33cl, 5.2%
Edge Brewing

From Edge Brewing in Barcelona comes an amber ale inspired by those tasty little morsels known as 'cookies'! This has been made using toasted Finnish oats, cocoa nibs from Ghana and Madagascan…  More info

Edge Brewing Cookie Euphoria

Magic Rock Common Grounds

33cl, 5.4%
Magic Rock Brewing

A 'Triple Coffee Porter' from Magic Rock in Huddersfield, made with 7 different malts and 7 different coffees!  More info

Magic Rock Common Grounds

Brewdog Black Eyed King Imp

33cl, 12.7%
BrewDog

BrewDog's Black Eyed King Imp was the world's strongest canned ale, weighing in at a hefty 12.7% ABV. This barrel-aged Imperial stout has taken inspiration from Vietnamese coffee - firstly it was…  More info

Brewdog Black Eyed King Imp

Weird Beard Black Perle

50cl, 3.8%
Weird Beard Brew Company

Black Perle is Weird Beard's Milk Coffee Stout, brewed with lactose and whole bean Hasbean coffee. Delicious and enjoyably rich in coffee yumminess - you might want to serve it with a biscuit or one…  More info

Weird Beard Black Perle

Wild Beer Millionaire

33cl, 4.7%
The Wild Beer Co

Like beers from Wild Beer Co.? (They're pretty ace, right?) Like salted caramel? (Duh, it's like, the best thing. Obviously.) Well now these two things (and more) have combined to create…  More info

Wild Beer Millionaire

Barbãr

33cl, 8%
Brasserie Lefebvre

A blonde honey ale from Brasserie Lefebvre (who also produce Blanche de Bruxelles) based on ancient cervoise beer, known as 'Warrior’s rest'.  More info

Barbãr

Saltaire Hazelnut Coffee Porter

50cl, 4.6%
Saltaire

This hazelnut flavoured English Porter is made with coffee and German malts and hops.  More info

Saltaire Hazelnut Coffee Porter

Black Isle Organic Pollinator

33cl, 5%
Black Isle Brewery

A light golden/blonde Black Isle beer brewed with heather honey! What's more, Black Isle donate 10p from each sale to The Bumble Bee Conservation Trust to support their important work.  More info

Black Isle Organic Pollinator

BrewDog Abstrakt Ab:17

38cl, 10.9%
BrewDog

From BrewDog's Abstrakt range comes Ab:17, a 'three coffee rye imperial porter', which is made with espresso in the mash, cafetiere in the boil and whole roast beans in the whirlpool and the…  More info

BrewDog Abstrakt Ab:17

Meantime Coffee Porter

33cl, 6%
Meantime

A Coffee flavoured Porter from Meantime in Greenwich. This won a Gold Medal for Coffee Beer at the 2006 World Beer Cup. This actually has as much caffeine in it as a cup of coffee, because it's made…  More info

Meantime Coffee Porter

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