Irish-Style Dry Stout Beer
Irish-Style Dry Stout is a type of dark beer that originated in, you guessed it, Ireland! It is characterized by its dark colour and rich flavour made by using roasted malt. The malt is also responsible for the beer’s creamy head.
Irish-Style Dry Stout is often served on nitro, which gives it a creamy texture and enhances its flavour. Guinness is the most well-known Irish-Style Dry Stout, but there are many others out there today.
Irish-Style Dry Stout Details
- Color: 35-40 SRM
- Bitterness: 30-40 IBU
- Alcohol: 3.8-5% ABV
- Glass: Nonic Pint
- Temperature: 10-12°C
- Color: Black
- Clarity: Clear to Opaque
- Hop: Not perceived to low
- Malt: Coffee-like roasted barley and a moderate degree of roasted malt flavors
Irish-Style Dry Stout Pairings
- Food Pairing: Baken Macaroni and Cheese
- Cheese Pairing: Irish Cheddar or Stinton
- Dessert Pairing: Chocolate Pudding
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