Next week, Left Hand will release their extremely popular Milk Stout in nitro bottles. The brewery chose Chicago as one of the first markets to unveil this beer due to the success of their non-nitro Milk Stout in the Windy City. So how does Milk Stout Nitro differ from the regular Milk Stout? After an aggressive pour, the beer will have a thick head, lots of rising bubbles, and will be eerily similar looking to a Guinness poured by bars using those special Guinness taps. Check out this video on how to pour Left Hand Nitro.  

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  Guinness was the first brewer to offer a nitro beer in cans or bottles, however they use a gas producing widget. Left Hand figured out how to inject Nitrogen and Co2 into the beer, eliminating the need for the widget, and in turn becoming the first U.S. Craft brewer to bottle a nitro beer. Binny's will sample Left Hand's innovative offering at many of our stores next week: Store sampling times & locations after the jump...

Wednesday, January 18th, 5-7pm Downtown & Lakeview

Thursday, January 19th, 5-7pm Willowbrook, Highland Park, Schaumburg, Naperville, St.Charles, Glen Ellyn, Plainfield & Bloomingdale

Friday, January 20th, 6-8pm Skokie, Lakeview, River North, South Loop, Lincoln Park, Elmwood Park, Bolingbrook, Downers Grove