Hops_and_Dreams
How does this work? Has anyone tried it?

https://cellarandkitchen.adnams.co.uk/catalog/product/bottles/adnams-white-lies-12x330ml-45-abv?
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Pinto
A pale Porter ? I'd guess at heavier base malts such as Munich/Vienna, wheat and oats - thus getting the maltiness and heaviness without the color....
Beer is like porn - you can buy it easily enough, but its so much more fun to make it [wink]
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Gregles
I found a white stout recipe

https://blog.kegoutlet.com/brewing-a-white-stout-the-results-and-takeaways/
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GHW
I've seen a golden stout before but not tried one. Not convinced it's really a stout, just a pale with some unusual adjuncts!
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Hops_and_Dreams
Looks like coffee beans are the key. I'd like to try one, but another fad I suspect.
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Robert
Stout used to just mean "strong" so could be any kind of beer. Are we going back to roots?
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EddtheBrew
Durham Brewery did a superb White Stout a good few years ago , only finished my last bottle about a year ago ,it was a Joy to drink !
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Hops_and_Dreams
EddtheBrew wrote:
Durham Brewery did a superb White Stout a good few years ago , only finished my last bottle about a year ago ,it was a Joy to drink !

Do you know the recipe Edd?
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EddtheBrew
Hi ,
Regrettably not [frown] ,
Maybe a bit of a dig around on't
t'interweb might help ?? ,
Edd
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Robert

https://durhambrewery.com/bottles/#1502621975255-1ec38090-52ec

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White Stout 7.2% abv
Colour: Pale
Type: Pale Stout
Origin: Two hundred years ago, before the porter brewers commandeered “stout” to mean stout or strong porter, a stout beer was a strong beer. It did not have to be black. We have re-created the style using modern hops and a full malt body.
Tasting Notes: Maris Otter malt and Columbus hops combine to make a very drinkable strong ale. A fresh, full beginning gives way to a spicy, bittersweet finish. A pale body supports perfumy, spicy hop flavours and aromas. Intense bitterness is balanced by forest fruits and mango.
Recommendations: Drink on its own so that its rich complexity is fully appreciated. The large 500ml bottle is ample to share. For a full development of character keep for at least six months.

There's enough there ^ to go on.

Beer Advocate tasting note are often helpful.

https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/5171/83677/?ba=soulgrowl

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EddtheBrew
Yup , that's right, I managed to 'rescue' some out of date bottles from work that were a couple of years old , absolute joy to drink !!
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Robert

EddtheBrew wrote:
Yup , that's right, I managed to 'rescue' some out of date bottles from work that were a couple of years old , absolute joy to drink !!

I read through their list of products. On paper, looks like a good brewery.

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wobleylegs
had their white stout a few times and it was superb. They make some nice beers but are a tad pricey. ok for the odd purchase though
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Hops_and_Dreams
Just cracked a bottle of the Adnams. It is rather nice, but porter is stretching it a bit. It's quite hoppy, but has a smooth, slightly sweet finish, which is what they're getting at I suppose. Either way, it's very good and certainly worth a try.
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