Marston's Oyster stout

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Trying out another stout. I'm sure iv had an archers oyster stout on cask. Which was a pretty good beer.
This stout is made by Marstons brewed in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
This is a dark, plenty of malt tasting beer. Tiny, if not no head. Quite smooth. On the bottle it says "hint of chocolate". Thankfully its a tiny hint. It does however have a nice fruity taste to it. Not over powering but a slight taste. Fuggles and Goldings hops are used to give its spicy fruity taste. 4.5% is a descent strength for a stout like this.

This stout has no oysters in it. It's name just accommodates its history. Once a time in london stout and oysters were a poor man's meal.

Rating: Very good
As you can see am a professional at rating beer
Overall: A very nice stout, well worth trying again. Marston's do good ales.

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