After the Negra Modelo, from Mexico, I am catching up on some Black Beer's/Stout's that I missed writing about in the last few weeks. First you should know, I am not keen on stout's, I do drink them but I prefer beer (well what the British call beer).
Hook Norton, Double Stout, from England
4.8% black with a thin head, roast malt aroma, mildly bitter burnt malt taste, not bad.
Williams Bros, March of the Penguins, from Scotland
4.9% black with a thin head, roast malt aroma and taste, a bit fizzy for a stout and I am not sure about anything from this brewer.
Wall's, Mild & Easy, from England
3.8% dark brown colour with a good head, fruity malt aroma, watery bitter roast malt taste, not very good.
Traditional Scottish Ales, Glencoe Wild Oat Stout, from Scotland
4.5% black with a thin head, roast malt aroma, mild roast malt taste with hints of toffee and chocolate, nice beer.