Dry Irish Stout Extract 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's most famous export, dry stout has a loyal following all over the world. Our stout 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 1100
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1042

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

Based on 387 reviews
75%
(291)
19%
(75)
4%
(15)
1%
(2)
1%
(4)
J
James D.
First time brewer, perfect choice

Really enjoying this first homebrew. Easy to make kit, and watch a couple YouTube tutorials for northern brewer kits to familiarize withSanitize. Hat tip to How to Brew by John Palmer for the wonderful insights.

Sanitize, Sanitize, sanitize.

J
Jim B.

No worries.

L
Littleton B.M.J.
Like a Guinness

Very good stout at a good price. I added 1 cup of Hershey’s Cocoa during boil.
Nice and black with about 4.8% alcohol.

R
Richard R.
This is my go to beer

A very good Stout easy brew. Has a good head, over all good session beer.

M
Mississippi B.
It's a Guinness!

Ordered this kit basically out of curiosity. I like Guinness but it's not one of my go to beers. This kit tastes pretty close to the real thing minus two areas. Real Guinness has a bit of a sour tang to it that you can match with this kit if you read a few forums for instructions. And real Guinness is served with nitro gas for the dense creaminess, which you can do at home only if you keg. That being said, this kit is pretty spot on - notes of chocolate/coffee, medium body, and a slow fade of hops that leaves a slightly dry feeling in the mouth. The beer tastes best served between 50-55 degrees. Colder than 50 and you lose all the chocolate and coffee flavors (pretty much the case with all browns, porters, and stouts...).

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Customer Reviews

Based on 387 reviews
75%
(291)
19%
(75)
4%
(15)
1%
(2)
1%
(4)
J
James D.
First time brewer, perfect choice

Really enjoying this first homebrew. Easy to make kit, and watch a couple YouTube tutorials for northern brewer kits to familiarize withSanitize. Hat tip to How to Brew by John Palmer for the wonderful insights.

Sanitize, Sanitize, sanitize.

J
Jim B.

No worries.

L
Littleton B.M.J.
Like a Guinness

Very good stout at a good price. I added 1 cup of Hershey’s Cocoa during boil.
Nice and black with about 4.8% alcohol.

R
Richard R.
This is my go to beer

A very good Stout easy brew. Has a good head, over all good session beer.

M
Mississippi B.
It's a Guinness!

Ordered this kit basically out of curiosity. I like Guinness but it's not one of my go to beers. This kit tastes pretty close to the real thing minus two areas. Real Guinness has a bit of a sour tang to it that you can match with this kit if you read a few forums for instructions. And real Guinness is served with nitro gas for the dense creaminess, which you can do at home only if you keg. That being said, this kit is pretty spot on - notes of chocolate/coffee, medium body, and a slow fade of hops that leaves a slightly dry feeling in the mouth. The beer tastes best served between 50-55 degrees. Colder than 50 and you lose all the chocolate and coffee flavors (pretty much the case with all browns, porters, and stouts...).