3000 Gyles From Home
A cream porter. It's taken Wylam 16 years to get here but here we are.......welcome to their 3000th brew! Brewed with lactose, pinhead oats and dark chocolate malt. Layers of subtle vanilla and milky coffee with a sweet dessert intensity.
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