For those of you that are not familiar with Dragon’s Milk from Michigan’s New Holland Brewing Company, it’s a Bourbon barrel-aged stout that clocks in at a hefty 11% ABV. We’ve had the pleasure of reviewing several varieties of this big, bold brew and we think it can go toe-to-toe with just about any other Bourbon barrel-aged stout on the market.
A short while ago, an email landed in our inbox asking if we’d like to try a 6% ABV, white stout version of Dragon’s Milk. A white stout? What does that even mean? To find out, we said yes to giving it a try and a couple days later, a four pack landed on G-LO’s front porch.
Here’s what New Holland has to say about their Dragon’s Milk White:
Dragon’s Milk White is a nod to New Holland Brewing’s 20 years of barrel-aging expertise and commitment to innovation in the name of flavor. The next legend to unfold in the Dragon’s Milk family, Dragon’s Milk White creates a full flavored, yet lighter stout drinking experience that presents familiar flavors in a completely unexpected way.
We’re not opposed to lighter yet full-flavored drinking experiences! To find out if Dragon’s Milk White is worthy of the Dragon’s Milk name, click the play button on the following video:
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