- Stout is a strong, dark beer that originated in Great Britain and is typically made using roasted barley or roasted malts. It is aptly named since the adjective “stout” means “strong”. Stouts are usually full-bodied and smooth with low to moderate bitterness, and can be both sweet and rich or dry. They often feature nutty, caramel, coffee or chocolate-like flavours.
- Brewed since at least 1820, stout is Ireland’s gift to beer lovers. Ours is dark and rich, with a bold roasted flavor, hint of chocolate and espresso-like finish. So smooth, you’ll enjoy having more than one.
- Bitterness: 35 IBU
- Colour: Black, Opaque
- Hops: Northern Brewer
- Malts: Pale, Roasted Barley, Black, Carapils
- Original Gravity: 1.044
- Serve at: 13C / 55F