Left Hand Milk Stout is the Colorado brewery's Milk Stout, not the easiest style of beer to find. An English style of beer, they're also known as Sweet or Cream Stouts-they first appeared in London in the late 1800's. Left Hand Milk Stout pours out pitch black with a tall stout tan head that gentles settles and laces. The nose of this ale offers rounds of mocha,chocolate, coffee, roasted oats, toffee and caramel-enticing. The taste follows the aroma, leading with mocha and rolling into earthy hops and a dry, clean finish. The body of this 6.00% ABV Milk Stout is medium, with a creamy palate cover. Left Hand Milk Stout is available on a rotating basis in bottles, growlers, casks, nitro-bottles, and on-tap and nitro-tap around Colorado. Give this brew a try in a pint glass, mug, or stein at 50-55 degrees F.