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Su Legno, Barrel Fermented Ales.

Su Legno Nero

Su Legno Nero

Regular price $22.00 AUD
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750ml
ABV 6% ~ 3.6 standard drinks
A classic South Australian Stout fermented In charred American oak.
Coming of age and developing a passion for beer within South Australian meant we were exposed to two of Australia's best stouts. Southwark Old Stout and Cooper’s Extra Stout. Su Legno Nero is hugely inspired by these two behemoths! By starting with a solid foundation and inspiration, then combining this with our barrel fermenting process we were able to add an extra layer of subtle complexity to our version of a classic South Australian Stout. Roast malts and charred American oak, what could go wrong? Nothing. 
For detailed tasting and serving notes view the Su Legno Nero blog post here 
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  • How to serve Su Legno, Barrel Fermented Ales.

    How to serve Su Legno, Barrel Fermented Ales.

    Su Legno beers are bottle-conditioned, meaning we utilise yeast in a secondary fermentation process within the bottle to produce natural carbonation, additional favour active compounds and act as a natural...

    How to serve Su Legno, Barrel Fermented Ales.

    Su Legno beers are bottle-conditioned, meaning we utilise yeast in a secondary fermentation process within the bottle to produce natural carbonation, additional favour active compounds and act as a natural...

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    "Barrel Fermenting vs. Barrel Aging: Unraveling...

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