Creme Bearlee

Dessert Lovers sit up and sip up. Creme Bearlee burst on the scene in 2015, a luscious dark and sweet stout, it immediately garnered some attention from stout-lovers and haters alike. Roasty, toasty notes from dark malts partnered with the sweetness of molasses and Madagascan vanilla make this the perfect “entry level” stout for those wishing to venture unknowingly onto the dark side. Once converted crème Bearlee will welcome you time and again into its deliciously sweet embrace.

from: £30.00£110.00


FREE Click & Collection
Live close by and would prefer to pick up your order? That’s fine. Just select Click and Collect at the checkout. Free pint or coffee with orders £50+

All orders are available for Collection between 4pm – 10pm on Thursday, or between Noon – 10pm on Friday and Saturday. For all collections, orders must be placed 24 hours prior to collection.

Nationwide Delivery
We also ship nationwide for a flat rate fee of £6.50

FREE Delivery
We also offer FREE Delivery on all order over £55

Kodiak Club
Delivery is free for Kodiak Club orders.

Please Note: Our national orders are shipped from a warehouse in Staffordshire. Therefore when ordering you must select either nationwide delivery or click and collect. Orders cannot be split between the two in the same checkout. Some products such as pouches are only available for click and collect. Stock may vary by location.

Additional information


Pack Choice:

12 x 330ml Creme Bearlee, 24 x 330ml Creme Bearlee, 36 x 330ml Creme Bearlee, 48 x 330ml Creme Bearlee



Pale, Crystal 150, Roast Barley, Wheat, Carapils


Admiral, Challenger




Gluten (in the form of barley), Wheat


4 reviews for Creme Bearlee

  1. Nora Nole

    When its a dark beer it’s got to be Creme Bearlee! Pudding in a glass!

  2. Kevin Redfern

    Absolutely beautiful. This smooth, sweet stout delivers everything it promises. A velvety creaminess complemented by the bonfire toffee hit of burnt molasses, which is the perfect taste of autumn nostalgia for me. There’s a honeyed undertone, but it’s never cloying or too sweet, and evokes the taste of a classic creme brulee dessert perfectly. It’s more a sipper than a quaffer, there to be savoured rather than necked, and the Imperial limited edition version retains the smoothness without being too strong or heavy.

    Quite simply, this is the best stout I have ever had. PLEASE make this a permanent fixture!

  3. John Samuel

    This is the most gorgeous creamy stout. It is worth the premium price, and has become a regular purchase. I love it !

  4. Stu Mitchell

    This is one of the best drinks I’ve ever had. I found it at the Lass O’Gowrie in Manchester, but was lucky enough to have some ordered for me (after dropping hints). A superb stout with complex tones and a smooth delivery; not too sweet, and can’t be inhaled – needs to be considered on its way down. A fantastic drink that needs to be tried.

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