I have had this St Peters Cream Stout sitting in my fridge for a few weeks and decided it was time to try it. I had it with some smoked cheddar but I don't think it matched very well.
It pours a very dark, thick shade of black with a tan head, the head though does not last very long.
It smells sweat, a sort of treacle and prune mix.
It also tastes of prunes, little toffee and I think some butterscotch.
A very interesting stout this, and one worthy of having again. It reminds me of fruit cake and more a desert style stout than a main course kind of stout.
This is the only St Peter's beer I have tried so I am curious to try some others in the range.