Komes Imperial Stout is a strong and intensive, top-fermented beer brewed with Ukrainian hop varieties (Klon and Slovianka). The flavour is distinctly roasted with coffee and chocolate notes thanks to roasted barley. After long storage in the brewery, the alcohol in the beer does not irritate but rather delicately warming. Rich and oily owing to rye malt. Within 36 months of its minimum shelf life, it becomes smoother and acquires more and more dark fruit notes.
Price CategorySpecialty, Import
Beer StyleImperial Stout
Alcohol By Vol.12%
CharacteristicsIntensive and dark imperial porter from Poland. Strong and heavily roasted, but not boozy.
20 x 16.9 fl. oz.699176-584089
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