5.5% 33 CL
The Extra Stout is a beer style that was, among other things until early 1900 in Haarlem brewed by the breweries Scheepje and Lance and Hart. The beer style is a slightly heavier form of Irish Stout which usually contains around 4.5% alcohol. The Extra Stout contains 5.5% alcohol and has a distinctive Stout roasted bitterness of 45 EBU. In the Netherlands, the Extra Stout brewed until the turn of the century in the form of Van Vollenhoven Stout, which was then cleaned up by Heineken. Jopen Extra Stout has a burnt bitter taste reminiscent of espresso coffee and dark chocolate. Jopen Extra Stout combines very well with oysters.
- Europe's Best Gold, World Beer Awards 2013
- Gold Award Winner, European Beer Star 2013
- Winner Silver Bear Star 2010