|The instructions for pouring a Nitro Milk Stout (6% alc/volume) are unusual. Both the bottle label and the clerk where I bought my bottle, told me to do a "hard pour." In other words, tip the bottle completely upside down and fill the glass. I did and that's what you see above. After a few minutes, the foam settled to about half an inch.|
Left Hand Brewing Company on the banks of the mighty St. Vrain in Longmont, Colorado, has stepped outside the box to brew beers with nitrogen rather than normal CO2.
From their website:
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CO2 & A NITROGEN BEER- See more at: http://lefthandbrewing.com/about/nitro/#sthash.9ciLXnkU.dpuf
I complete this journal entry with this:
"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy."--Ben Franklin