Much easier than I had anticipated. It went down a bit quicker than comparable stouts I’ve chugged. It was foamy, but the nitro-infusion makes the bubbles nice and small so it’s much smoother. You can see the residue stick to the sides of the glass as it goes down, but it doesn’t stick to your mouth or throat. It just does what it’s supposed to do and gets right down into your belly.
How Much:  7
Milk Stout proper goes for $8.99 a six-pack at my local liquor store and the Nitro version is usually a buck more, though I got it on sale for $9.49. It’s a totally decent price for a good beer and it’s definitely one my favorites from Left Hand.
This is a real nice everyday stout. Roasty, but sweet and super smooth. Even tastier than their original Milk Stout, and I’d say it’s worth the extra coin to kick for the Nitro version. It’s definitely an upgrade in drinkability and I think you’re worth an upgrade. Even if you’ve never been a big fan of stouts, this just might be the one to change your mind.
Milk Stout Nitro is a year-round offering and Left Hand distributes to 30 States.
Overall Rating: 8.1
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