To Øl brings to you an black thick milk stout called By Udder Means. To Øl wanted to do a stout, that had a thick mouth feel and still a low alcohol percentage. They obtained this by adding a solid amount of lactose in the beer. The yeast strain that To Øl uses is not capable of fermenting lactose, so when the beer stops fermenting all lactose still remains in the beer. At the same time lactose doesn’t leave this sweet touch to the beer, so you can obtain a thick mouth feel without having an overly sweet or overly strong stout.