Yards Chocolate Love Stout Returns

From Yards:

Yards Brewing Company today announced the launch of a winter favorite, the limited release Chocolate Love Stout, available now through February 2017. Traditionally available starting in January, Chocolate Love Stout hits shelves and taps a month early this year to give fans more time to enjoy this sensual brew throughout the winter months.

“Chocolate Love Stout is a complex, yet inviting beer. We brew it with over 200 pounds of pure, 100% cacao Belgian dark chocolate and chocolate malt,” says founder and brewmaster Tom Kehoe. “This dark, aromatic beer is perfect to cozy up with for the holiday season.”

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Each sip of this English stout bursts with chocolate goodness that warm the soul. With hints of vanilla and caramel, it’s the perfect pairing for anything ranging from a juicy burger to a heaping scoop of ice cream.

This year, Chocolate Love Stout will be available in 12-ounce bottles sold in 4-packs and newly available 12-packs. It will also be offered on draught in ½ and ? kegs throughout Yards’ distribution footprint. This black beauty finishes irresistibly smooth at 6.9% alcohol by volume. This winter, ditch the hot cocoa and curl up beside the fire with Chocolate Love Stout instead.

Show us how you’re celebrating this holiday season with #ChocolateLoveStout on social media. Stay up-to-date on the latest Yards news – Sign up for the Yards Newsletter and follow @yardsbrew on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Use the Yards Beer Finder to find a location that serves or sells Chocolate Love Stout near you.

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