How to Pour a Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro (Do Not Attempt at Home)

Next up, Left Hand Brewing’s Milk Stout Nitro:

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A couple months ago, Left Hand’s Milk Stout helped douse flames in beerbecue’s spicy food and beer experiment. It’s a yummy milk stout (big, chocolatey, slightly roasty, and just on the right side of the sweetness Maginot Line). Occasionally, one can even find it on nitro tap, which makes it creamier and, I think, even yummier.

Now, after thousands of R&D dollars, countless hours of lab nerd work, and possibly a deal with the devil, Left Hand brings you its Nitro Milk Stout in a bottle…without a divisive Guinness-like widget. So, through a secret process and some voodoo magic, Left Hand imbeds the nitrogen, which then comes alive after a vigorous pour. How vigorous, you may ask? Well, beerbecue’s R&D, AV, and Child Labor departments have teamed up to demonstrate…

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16 thoughts on “How to Pour a Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro (Do Not Attempt at Home)

  1. And with that our daughter (possible both of them) have a legitimate entry into the school science fair. So much for the Mentos and diet root beer I’d been storing (in separately secured closets for safety reasons, of course)

    Cheers!

    • Slower permeability of nitrogen and entrainment of fluids in the nitrogen cascading effect….perfect for a science project.

      And I’m glad you keep that shit in separate closets. Safety first!

  2. Brilliant.

    I’m not a huge fan of LHMS but I did have a Nitro when I was over in Denver and thought it was great… even if the barman failed to pour it with such style and aplomb as you

  3. Your daughter delivered those famous words, “Daddy do you think this is a good idea?” SO REALISTICALLY. This sort of stuff must happen at your house everyday. What’s your address?

    • She is good. She is arguably even better in her performance in the video posted today. Sometimes I catch her practicing pouty faces in the mirror. This does not bode well for teenage years.

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