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Siren brings back popular Caribbean Chocolate Cake stout range

Siren Craft Brew has brought back its popular range of chocolatey stouts, Caribbean Chocolate Cake. Following its success in 2018, Siren has revived the range with two exciting new twists. 

The Carribbean Chocolate Cake journey goes all the way back to 2013, when Siren founder Darron Anley was introduced the idea of experimenting with wood in brewing to create unique flavours and textures.

He set to work with a trio of cacao nibs, Cypress wood spirals, and new experimental hops. The resulting chocolate stouts have a thicky, creamy texture and feature notes of orange, dark chocolate, coconut, lemon, coffee and vanilla wafer.

It is available in four variations: Nitro Carribean Chocolate Cake (7.4% ABV), a nitrogenated version with a silky smooth texture; Caribbean Chocolate Pancake Stack (7.4% ABV), with the addition of smoked malt and Bourbon maple staves; Death by CCC (10.5%), an imperial-strength version with more cacao, lactose and wood; and Barrel Aged Caribbean Chocolate Cake (8.8%), which is rested in a mixture of Bourbon and rye barrels.

The beers are avaialble from the Siren Craft Brew web shop from 20 November and can be bought individually or as a four-pack.

20 November 2020 - Bethany Whymark