JET BLACK HEART

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Time and Tide wait for no man, so the old saying goes. It doesn't mention whether they also wait for women - and fails to include horses entirely. As it turns out, when it comes to dark, roasty beer horsepower crushes both of these things. At BrewDog, we know full well that to sell a stout you need two things. Thunderous waves. And horses.

Our new Milk Stout, Jet Black Heart is out now

This smooth and roasty oatmeal milk stout won our 2015 Prototype Challenge at a canter, polling never less than 40% of the overall vote, at any stage. For a long time we have wanted to return a dark beer to our Headliner range – Jet Black Heart is that beer. A range of eight different malts have been unleashed in its creation, leading to a level of complexity seldom seen in other stouts.

Roasty coffee and chocolate lead to a decadent, full-bodied richness of near uncharted depths with a velvet mouthfeel from the addition of oatmeal and a touch of wheat. This is complemented at every turn by the Magnum and Sorachi Ace hops, with the latter bringing an intensity of smooth vanilla and dark berry fruit on the long, rewarding finish.

Jet Black Heart, as a true people’s champion, is available in bottles and also – in a first for BrewDog – will be available on Nitro in every one of our bars. This dispense method elevates the richness and the mouthfeel of a stout to a whole new level; the smaller tighter bubbles of gas rising slowly yielding a creamy head and an utterly smooth experience. If you thought you had tasted Nitro stout before – good things come to those who…well, you know the rest.

Jet Black Heart is out now in our online shop and will be launching in every UK BrewDog Bar at 6pm tonight, Thursday 11th February. We have wanted to brew a milk stout for some time – and ace a beer on Nitro for even longer. Three and a half years, to be precise. If you get a chance to try Jet Black Heart – especially on Nitro – let us know your thoughts in the comments below…

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Comments (15)

Ross 15th February, 2016 10:57am
Love it.
Looool 14th February, 2016 10:49pm
Your answer to all the requests for guiness...
Fanboy Puppy Lover 14th February, 2016 9:46pm
I finally get the point! Doh!! Our revenge on Diageo is brewing a better stout than Guinness (and maybe in time, taking some of its market share!).
Can't wait to try it on nitro - the prototype milk stout in bottle was pretty tasty!
anonymous 14th February, 2016 5:20pm
Guys, this is the most amazing glass of Stout I have ever tasted!! Please make it an ever-present in your bars as you simply can't beat this stuff on draught!
Nick 13th February, 2016 5:02pm
It's been a Jet Black Heart weekend - two bars so far - what a fantastic beer - gorgeous
DAN EAGER 12th February, 2016 10:05am
Tired this last night on Nitro... AWESOME! Unbelievable taste!
Farine Jean-Claude 11th February, 2016 11:14pm
Good
Dave Urquhart 11th February, 2016 12:15pm
About time, been waiting too
Long for its return ????
anonymous 11th February, 2016 12:12pm
Ha Ha great parody ????????????
Scoot 11th February, 2016 10:55am
I need a Jet Black Heart t-shirt!!!

In fact, I need t-shirts, t-shirts, more t-shirts.

You are missing a trick here.

More t-shirts :-)
Ian Prise 11th February, 2016 10:43am
I actually cried with laughter at that video!
Brilliantly done. Now you need to get a hacker to put it on the old TV adverts playlist in the Guinness storehouse in Dublin!
Richard 11th February, 2016 10:01am
Brilliant! Love a good pint of the "Jet Black Heart - Stuff" can't wait to try it! Earlier launch privileges to EPF's???? I.e. Lunchtime!!!
Nick F 11th February, 2016 10:00am
Outstanding can't wait to try it tonight
Simon B 11th February, 2016 9:46am
Haha - and 'shotgun arse' to Diageo too, I'd say ;-)
Nice one fellers - ordered some yesterday and can't wait for it to arrive. See you at the AGM!
Gareth 11th February, 2016 9:42am
that pint is a thing of beauty