Short Circuit Stout
A light-bodied and roasty stout with a lingering sweet aftertaste and notes of chocolate
What's With the Name?
By definition, a short circuit is an abnormal connection between two nodes of an electric circuit, often resulting in overheating, fire or even explosion. To the Tin Whiskers crew, this is a great way to describe the crossover of the distinct roasted flavors from the malts and the sweet aftertaste from the unfermentable lactose added during the boil. If you really want to blow your mind, try it served over vanilla ice cream for a beer float!
Beer & Brewing Info
BJCP Style: Sweet Stout, 13B
The 1986 comedy science fiction film, Short Circuit, grossed $5,346,808 it's opening weekend, earning a total of $40,697,761 in the US Box Office.