Irish-Style Dry Stout

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Type: Altbier
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The type of Stout commonly found in Ireland. A rich malt grist of dark grains used to brew this results in its being completely opaque in colour. Some Black Malt, lots of roasted Barleyand a goodly amount of Flaked Barley are used to provide the Characteristic dryness found in the finish of this brew. A richness or strength my be perceived but this stout is actually less in alcohol percent than our Kolsch. The hop used sparingly is imported English First Gold.

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