Ivory Stout (White Stout) is an English-style Sweet Stout by Brew Link Brewing Company that looks pale with sweet flavors of chocolate and vanilla.

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The Ivory Stout (White Stout) is an English-style Sweet Stout brewed by the Brew Link Brewing Company. For the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a nonic pint glass from a 12 oz. can.

Packaging art for the Ivory Stout (White Stout) by Brew Link Brewing Company

Packaging art for the Ivory Stout (White Stout) by Brew Link Brewing Company

What You Need to Know

As its name indicates, the Ivory Stout (White Stout) looks very different from your typical Stout. It might not be white but it is a pale golden color. It’s a gimmick that might lure you into a purchase. But is it worth it? Let’s get to the review.


The Stout pours a crystal-clear golden hue and is topped by a very thick cap of dense ivory-white foam that shows excellent retention. Patches of sticky lace and a soapy collar round the glass following the reduction.

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The aroma of the Ivory Stout is sweet with a scent of chocolate and vanilla. There’s also just a hint of coffee bean.


The palate begins with a taste of doughy bread that sweetens with vanilla with hints of chocolate, coffee, and floral hops.

Label art for the Ivory Stout (White Stout) by Brew Link Brewing Company

Label art for the Ivory Stout (White Stout) by Brew Link Brewing Company


Its feel is smooth, slightly sticky with a medium body and less-than-moderate carbonation.


Its appearance is obviously inconsistent with the style but considering the concept, it works. Regardless, the brew looks good in the glass. Not working as well, both the aroma and palate are super sweet; the flavors are less than harmonious and there’s just too little bitterness. Worse, its feel is too thin for the style. The Ivory Stout is a gimmicky beer whose pale appearance isn’t nearly compelling enough to demand a purchase.

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2 thoughts on “Ivory Stout (White Stout)

  1. I was really impressed. Tried it at the Disney World Dolphin Resort. I tried it because I live in Indianapolis and work in Plainfield. Great tasting. Will definitely buy when I get home.

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