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A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more stout body and strength. When a brewery offered a…


A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more stout body and strength. When a brewery offered a…


http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style13.html#1a A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more…


http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style13.html#1a A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more…


http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style13.html#1a A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more…


http://www.bjcp.org/2008styles/style13.html#1a A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more…


One of my favorite stock beers - I always keep a keg on hand. Rich flavored dry Irish Stout that is very simple to make. Perfect every time!


One of my favorite stock beers - I always keep a keg on hand. Rich flavored dry Irish Stout that is very simple to make. Perfect every time!


One of my favorite stock beers - I always keep a keg on hand. Rich flavored dry Irish Stout that is very simple to make. Perfect every time!


One of my favorite stock beers - I always keep a keg on hand. Rich flavored dry Irish Stout that is very simple to make. Perfect every time!


A good dry stout but not overly strong on the rosted side but with a good rosted flavor that finishes very clean and dry. Will make again!


Kegged and cask-conditioned for a couple weeks before chilling. Tastes pretty good, will get better with age. A little on the thin side, due to low efficiency. A simple recipe, but I'd tweak it with a little more of the…


A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more stout body and strength. When a brewery offered a…


A very dark, roasty, bitter, creamy ale. The style evolved from attempts to capitalize on the success of London porters, but originally reflected a fuller, creamier, more stout body and strength. When a brewery offered a…


Creamy head that lasts, hoppy roasty taste comes thru. Took longer than it does with dry ale yeast to be complete. The liquid Irish Yeast didn't really add much, if anything.