Bone Dry Irish Stout Beer Recipe Kit
Vendor: Craft a Brew
This Bone Dry Irish Stout is a dark blend of roasted malts and mild English hops bringing forward flavors of coffee, chocolate and toffee. It has a medium mouthfeel with a jet black appearance and light toasty aromas. WHAT'S IN THE BOX? This 1-gallon recipe kit includes all the ingredients...
This Bone Dry Irish Stout is a dark blend of roasted malts and mild English hops bringing forward flavors of coffee, chocolate and toffee. It has a medium mouthfeel with a jet black appearance and light toasty aromas.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
This 1-gallon recipe kit includes all the ingredients to brew a Dry Irish Stout:
- 1.25 lb Dry Malt Extract
- Golding (Bittering) Hop Packet
- Steeping Grains
- Yeast Packet
- Sanitizer Packet
- Grain Steeping Bag
- Sanitizer Packet
Need equipment? Click below for the full Brew Kit to make this Irish Stout:
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My kid bought me the Craft-a-Brew American Pale Ale starter kit, because she knew I always wanted to get around to brewing my own beer. The kit had everything I needed, and everything in it is high quality, and so I felt encouraged to begin brewing. My first batch was a bit uneven, but I didn't expect my first try to be a total success. But my tastes lean toward stouts and porters, so I decided my next batch would be a stout. Craft-a-Brew had their Bone Dry Irish Stout recipe kit, and I thought it was reasonably priced, so I ordered it. This time, my brew was excellent! It is clear they put a lot of thought into creating their beer brewing kits, and their instructions are clear and easy to follow. Their recipe kits are also simple and complete (even includes sanitizer), and reasonably priced, so I am encouraged to buy more recipe kits and continue my new brewing hobby. Now, if only they would introduce a porter...
First time brewing a stout and it was easy and tasted great.
Easy to brew and came out great. One of the best beers I've ever tried.
This one is exactly what an Irish stout should be! Dark, full of flavor and it was the perfect beer for St. Patrick's day. If you like Irish stouts 10/10 would recommend!
It was easy to make, it came out great - roasty and delicious. NB - it's SRM 30, so it's lighter than a Guinness