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Dry Irish Stout All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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Jet-black in the tradition of Ireland most popular and well-known beers, this stout has a pronounced roasty, coffee-like flavor and aroma, imparted by a generous helping of roasted barley.

Arguably Ireland most famous export, dry stout has a loyal following all over the world. Our kit has a pronounced roasty, coffee-like flavor and aroma, imparted by a generous helping of roasted barley.

Hop bitterness enhances the dryness, and the medium body makes for a very drinkable dark beer. This is one of the most popular styles among home brewers; after a few pints, you'll understand why.

 

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SKU

1104, 1103

Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1.042

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style British
Alcohol Content Low
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Irish and Scottish Ales,Stout/Porter
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

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R
R.E.

Delicious simple beer to make. Enjoying it on tap a month ago.

G
G.W.
Excellent Seasonal beer.

The dry Irish Stouts is a favorite, smooth, great flavor and nice around the camp fire.
Will brew this again!

J
J.G.
New to brewing

This was my fourth brew and I thought I would try a dark beer. I’m doing grain and it was supper easy. I went to a beer tasting with the results to see how I was doing and I got rave reviews. Thank you for supplying the kit!

B
B.H.
Excellent example

This one came out just right. If you're new to stouts, this won't be like Guinness, for a number of reasons. But it's a great example of dry stout, it's easy to make (and very forgiving if this is one of your first brews) and it's really popular in my house!

J
J.
Can’t wait

My brew is currently in rest stage of fermenting. Next cold crash then keg. I’m still 10-15 days out before putting on tap, nitro for sure. Fermenting well and samples are showing good signs of malty chocolate coffee tones. This was a nice recipe and looking forward to that creamy head thanks to the barley flakes in the mash, next time I’ll run the flakes thru the mill as when mashing in the flaked settled to bottom of the tun like oat meal no stuck mash tho. Cheers 🍻

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