C.H. Evans Dawn's Dry Stout

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Type: Altbier
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  • 4.50% 
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A unique interpretation of the style, made to be a bit maltier than typical.  Still, it has the dry roastiness expected of Ireland’s contribution to the beer world.  4.5% ABV

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  • Nov 10, 2009
    sandra430 (57)Rank: Beer AmateurGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    This deep brown, almost black brew was presented with a small light tan head that had nice lacing through out the entire experience. Smelled of sweet chocolate, thought I would notice more roasted malt in the aroma. Nice taste with the sweet chocolate mixing with a surprising slight hop that was noticeable at the finish along with a roasted malt flavor. Over all it is a nice brew, I was surprised that it was not heavier but definitely a brew I could have many of!

    Serving type: on-tap