Dry Irish Stout

Dry Irish Stout

This Dry Irish Stout is an exception to this generalization since it is fairly
light in body and low in alcohol by comparison to all other stout substyles.
This beer is traditional to the style- while not as dry or charred
in flavor as some, it is also not as caramel-chocolatey as others. The
aroma is all black malt and roasted barley, the bitterness is a
combination of roasted malts and hops. Alcohol is moderate and there
is only the slightest hint of espresso-like sweetness.