Dublin Dry Stout (Dry Irish Stout)

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Stouts have been brewed in Ireland, specifically Dublin, since the 1700s. Roasted barley, which gives dry stout its French roast coffee-like dryness, was originally added to stouts because the grain is not malted and taxes were based on the malted ingredients. This is a brownish-black brew with ruby highlights. The malty aroma is followed by roasted grains with a hint of sourness and a dry, coffee-like roasted grain aftertaste.

Dublin Dry Stout contains:

  • Malt extract
  • Specialty grain
  • Hops
  • Priming sugar
  • Fining agents
  • Lalbrew Nottingham Ale Yeast

                Each Bacchus Batches kit is formulated to produce a specific style of beer. Since the quantity and alpha acid in hops vary sometimes significantly from one year to the next or from one bale to the next we adjust the varieties and amounts of hops in Bacchus Batches kit to provide consistent results.

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