Dry Irish Stouts are lower ABV Stouts that drink really easy. Usually they have finite contraints on their style, but if you're looking to try something new we recommend skipping the Irish Ale Yeast and picking a Belgian Yeast to brew with! Belgian Yeasts add a distinct dark fruit profile to beers and will put an interesting twist on this classic Stout!
The roasty character of Irish Stouts add a pleasent compliment to hearty dishes like beef stew or pastas with red sauce. For cooking I've created a Irish Stout Glaze for Short Ribs that is a huge is a huge hit with my family!
Stats:- 2 Weeks Primary Fermentation- 2 Week Bottle Conditioning- Original Gravity: 1.044- 4.1% ABV (Estimated)- IBUs: 38.3 (Moderate)- SRM: 32.8 (Dark Brown)- 60 Minute Boil
Hops- 1 oz. Magnum
Yeast Choices:- Safale S-04- Danstar Windsor Ale Yeast- White Labs Irish Ale Yeast (WLP004)Other- 5 oz. Priming Sugar