This St. Patrick’s Day, Drink America’s Stout - Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro

This St. Patrick’s Day, Drink America’s Stout - Left Hand Milk Stout NitroFrom Left Hand:

LONGMONT, CO  • February 27, 2018 – Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with America’s StoutMilk Stout Nitro! On draft at your favorite craft beer bar, or from a bottle or can, Milk Stout Nitro is dark, delicious, and incredibly smooth, making it a top pick for St. Patrick’s Day.This St. Patrick’s Day, Drink America’s Stout - Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro

In 2011, Left Hand made history and pioneered the way for beer drinkers to enjoy a draft-like experience at home with the release of Milk Stout Nitro bottles and the hard pour. In 2017, Left Hand was back at it again with the first ever US production run of a US made nitro widget can from Ball Corporation. With the widget inside technology nitro fans can take the beer on the go and drink a perfectly smooth and creamy Milk Stout Nitro right from the can.

Based on Left Hand’s award-winning sweet stout style, Milk Stout Nitro is a fan favorite, voted 5 years in a row into the “Best Beers in America” by the American Homebrewers Association.  The addition of nitrogen to a beer gives it much smaller bubbles, creating a smoother, creamier experience. In 2017, Milk Stout Nitro made the top beers list for both the "Editors’ Picks" and "Readers’ Choice" in Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine, as well as "Top 25 Beers of 2017" for Wine Enthusiast Magazine.

This St. Patrick’s Day, raise a glass with Left Hand’s employee-owners and drink an American craft stout! For more information on Left Hand Brewing, their nitro series, St. Patrick’s recipe ideas, like beer braised corned beef and chocolate stout cake, or to find Milk Stout Nitro near you, visit

Milk Stout Nitro


Sweet Stout

Super smooth with soft roastiness and mocha flavors. 6.0% ABV 25 IBU

Keg, 4pk 13.65oz Cans, 6pk 12oz Bottles, 12pk 12oz Bottles

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