Dry Irish StoutDry Irish Stout • 4.1% • Farm Table Series
Beau’s Farm Table Series are sessionable beers brewed true to a classic or emerging style. Dry Irish Stout is a black ale with interwoven coffee and chocolate flavours. Rich and silky, it suggests sweetness but delivers a dry toasty finish that lends itself easily to another sip.
History & Style
The stout beer style evolved from porters during the 19th century in Ireland. The Dry Irish Stout is a lower-alcohol rendition that uses roasted barley and/or a combination of black malts to achieve both its depth of colour, and its signature roasted aroma and flavour.
The label features a real Irish pub modeled on one in Ballyvaughan, County Clare, and the tile mosaic art style suggests the look of the pub’s tile floor. The sign on the door says “closed” in Irish Gaelic, but as you can see there’s still some good craic inside!
Dry Irish Stout pours nearly black with mahogany highlights and a creamy off-white foam. The aroma offers an appetizing mix of dark chocolate, coffee and cereal. The flavour expands upon the aroma, adding an initial malty sweetness and mild raisin-like fruit. The mouthfeel is full, silky and luscious. The finish features a dry minerality and roasty-toasty notes.
Irish stew or beef pot pie, raw oysters, milder blue cheeses
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