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Experience Winter Magic with Lawson’s Finest Liquids’ Nitro Stout: A Creamy Delight for the Holidays!

Indulge in the magic of the season with Lawson’s Finest Liquids' Nitro Stout – a velvety delight perfect for winter holidays! Discover the creamy, Irish-style goodness in convenient 4-packs of 16 oz. nitro cans.

Experience Winter Magic with Lawson’s Finest Liquids’ Nitro Stout: A Creamy Delight for the Holidays!

Embrace the festive season with Lawson’s Finest Liquids, the renowned Vermont craft brewery celebrated for its unwavering dedication to quality and sustainability. Just in time for winter, the award-winning brewery unveils its latest masterpiece – the Nitro Stout. Elevate your holiday gatherings with this sumptuously smooth brew that combines a commitment to excellence with a touch of Irish flair.

Lawson’s Finest Liquids’ Nitro Stout, boasting an ABV of 5.4%, is the epitome of an Irish-style Dry Stout, delivering unparalleled creaminess and smoothness. Having captivated fans as a beloved draft release in the taproom for years, this luxuriously creamy delight is now conveniently available in 4-packs of 16 oz. nitro cans, ensuring enthusiasts can savor it wherever Lawson’s Finest Liquids is sold.

What sets Nitro Stout apart? The answer lies in nitrogenation, a process that yields small, dense, and lively bubbles, creating a rich, dense head and a luxurious mouthfeel. Nitro transforms an already-delicious roasty stout into a sensory marvel, enhancing the overall drinking experience.

Founder Sean Lawson's dream of introducing a velvety nitro stout in a can to the Lawson’s Finest lineup has come to fruition. The Nitro Stout, initially known as McPeake’s, pays homage to Sean’s Irish grandmother, Isobel McPeake. This taproom-only offering quickly became a fan favorite, prompting the team to explore a way to make it widely accessible in nitro cans.

“Our name is our promise, and we were determined to bring this unique beer experience to cans in the finest way possible to maintain the quality and flavors of a brewery-fresh experience in every can,” said Lawson.

To achieve the perfect Nitro Stout packaging, Lawson’s Finest utilizes liquid nitrogen directly in the can, avoiding the need for a widget. The result? An exceptionally creamy mouthfeel and a mesmerizing cascade of tiny bubbles when poured, creating an unparalleled drinking experience.

When opening a can of Lawson’s Finest Liquids Nitro Stout, beer enthusiasts are encouraged to gently shake the can before executing a vigorous pour. This ensures the activation of a stunning display of nitro bubbles, leading to a full, dense head of foam. Take a moment to let it settle before indulging in a sip, appreciating the unique nitro-infused liquid.

Discover Lawson’s Finest Liquids Nitro Stout like never before – now available in 4-packs of 16 oz. nitro cans at your local craft beer purveyor. Rest assured, Lawson’s Finest maintains its commitment to freshness with their Cold Stored. Cold Shipped. Cold Shelved.™ guarantee, ensuring each sip is a testament to the brewery’s dedication to delivering an unparalleled beer-drinking experience.

About Lawson’s Finest Liquids

Lawson’s Finest Liquids crafts and delivers the finest and freshest beer possible to delight fans and to cultivate healthy, vibrant communities through its Social Impact Program. The SIP has raised more than $2 Million for important causes since 2018. The brewery is a values-driven business with a commitment to excellence, authenticity, community, sustainability and fun. Founded by Sean and Karen Lawson, the company boasts a growing collection of award-winning beers brewed with passion and precision including the renowned Sunshine family of IPAs. Beginning as a home-based 1-barrel nanobrewery in 2008, Lawson’s Finest expanded production capacity in 2011 and 2014, growing to include distribution across nine states in the Northeast. In 2018, Lawson’s Finest opened its popular destination Brewery, Taproom and Retail Store in central Vermont’s Mad River Valley town of Waitsfield.