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stout

(stowt) [O.Fr. estout, bold]
Having a bulky body.
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People may get as much benefit from drinking two glasses of dark beer as from 12 servings of uncolored alcoholic drinks, a new study finds.
In comparison, the dark beer market is largely made up of small breweries that have variable market shares depending on the region of the UK.
Jan Anderson, 57, a cafe worker from West Jesmond, said: "I like dark beers - porters and stouts - and I'd recommend one from Cromarty Brewery called Ghost Town.
Brewery, London Black IPA is a very fashionable style and this is a very good example indeed - richer than a pale ale, as a dark beer should be, but with a hoppy bite that's almost citrus fruitesque.
Eider Dark Beer, brewed for From the Notebook Ltd at the Allendale Brewery in rural Northumberland, will go on sale in the Border Minstrel pub located in the racecourse grounds to mark the Betfred Eider Chase raceday taking place on Saturday, February 22.
The pub has developed a reputation for regularly offering a dark beer.
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Calorie-wise, one may be tempted to grab a light lager, but a dark beer is the better choice for health benefits.
Dark beer drinkers should opt instead for Williams Bros March of the Penguins.
6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - After winning the World's Best Dark Beer award for its Unibroue 17 in 2010, Unibroue has just received the World's Best Belgian Style Witbier title for the Blanche de Chambly, at the 2012 World Beer Awards in England.
The substance that gives red wine and dark beer its colour is said to have a positive effects on cholesterol and blood pressure.
Asam Back is a premium dark beer, which will appeal to the British ale drinker.