Friday, 29 February 2008

SSS Stout

I've finally gotten around to photographing my other beer. SSS Stout from 1914.



It's not ready to drink just yet. To taste it at its best, I would recommend cellaring it for a few months. I'm going to try to hang on to some for a few years.

You should be able to read the details on the label. It's 9.99% ABV.

4 comments:

Alan said...

I really like your choice of labelling. Is it your own design or is there a historic precedent you are leaning upon?

Ron Pattinson said...

The labels are the work of Menno of de Molen. I think he's done a great job.

hey_kevin said...

Agreed, they look fantastic. I can't wait. You don't know how many cases of each are coming to america do you?

cheers,

Kevin

Ron Pattinson said...

About 100 cases (of 6 X 75 cl) bottles of each.

I'll have three of each at the ZBF tomorrow. Let's think, I've promised Lew Bryson one, and Podge and maybe a couple of other people. My memory is so poor . . .