Night of the Living Stout can next to a carved jack o lantern
Night of the Living Stout by Full Pint Beer, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Full Pint Beer
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Full Pint Beer Kicks off Stout Season with some Spooky Favorites!

Full Pint Beer Kicks off Stout Season with some Spooky Favorites!

Night of the Living Stout can next to a carved jack o lantern
Night of the Living Stout by Full Pint Beer, Pittsburgh, PA. Photo credit: Full Pint Beer
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If you’ve read my posts, you know I love a stout. With the cold weather finally here and sunset coming sooner, it’s such a good brew for fall. This week, I need to get myself to Full Pint Beer ASAP, they’ve got two amazing seasonal beers I absolutely need. 

    George Romero is the master of all things zombies and a Pittsburgh native. Night of the Living Dead is a horror classic. Dawn of the Dead is a personal favorite and takes place at the iconic Monroeville Mall. Full Pint has released two beers alluding to this master of horror’s works. 

    First up, Dawn of the Living Stout. A white stout, this one grabs your attention with the taste and color – it’s a light stout, folks! Roasty and full of coffee flavor, this beer has lovely cocoa notes that go down smoothly. Subtle,yet sweet, this beer is an unexpected surprise. A 6% brew, kick off your zombie marathon with this sweet brew! 

    So, we’ve seen the dawn and now it’s time to get dark. Night of the Living Stout, a 7% Full Pint favorite, has returned! A west-coast stout, it is single-hopped with cascade for citrus taste and balanced with roasted malts. Malty, hoppy, and dark, this brew is a must try for me because of the zombie reference and the flavor profile! 

    You can grab either of these tasty zombie brews at Full Pint’s Warrendale outpost just in time for Halloween. This week, don’t crave brains, crave a tasty Full Pint stout! 

 

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