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Irish Stout All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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Irish Stout All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

SKU: U330AG

A rich Stout with a creamy head. Our Stout derives its rich bittersweet flavor from dark roasted grain. This kit is a favorite among dark beer fans. We would like to thank Mr. Guinness for the popularity of this beer style.

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A rich Stout with a creamy head. Our Stout derives its rich bittersweet flavor from dark roasted grain. This kit is a favorite among dark beer fans. We would like to thank Mr. Guinness for the popularity of this beer style.

Ingredients: 9 lbs. Domestic 2-Row barley, 8 oz. Chocolate Malt, 8 oz. Caramel 10°L, 8 oz. Roasted Barley, 4 oz. Flaked Barley, Nugget and Willamette hops, priming sugar, and yeast.
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Beer Style Stout
Origin of Style UK
Color Dark
Gravity Level Medium
Hop Rating (1-5) 3
Yeast Instructions

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Good stout
I followed the directions and it came out well. I aged it for 10 weeks.I t's a pleasant beer to drink, and the roasted barley gives a nice aroma. I didn't use the Gypsum because my brewing water is already hard so I didn't need to add it.
March 10, 2013
A good smooth stout
After brewing it I gave it a few weeks in the primary, and 3 months in the secondary, just to let it age out. It tasted really good. Nice and smooth, with a mellow bitterness. The roasted barley make sit darker and it has a deeper aroma. I would brew this again.
July 2, 2013
irish stout
WOW! Very close to Guiness in my book! Very bold on flavor! I let mine sit in a bottle for 5 months, and the results were great!
July 11, 2013
Irish Stout
I liked how it came out. Instead of a pound o roast barley there was 8 ounces and 8 ounces of other dark grains, and the flavor was good. After racking I left it in the carboy to age for a month, and the stout was smooth and good. This is what I'd expect in a stout. I used the dry yeast and got a good performance by them.
August 23, 2013
Incredible Flavor
Everyone says it is Guiness without the nasty after taste! Very easy $7 dollar a bottle beer. It is that good!
December 19, 2013
Good Guinness Clone!
This is a good recipe, After 2 months in the bottle it is awesome. I added 1 gram of gypsum & picking lime to the mash, then 1 gram of gypsum to the sparge, as Minneapolis has soft water. Also added 2 oz of acid malt for a little sour, just like a Guinness. Good job Midwest!
December 24, 2013
Very good stout
this is almost like a porter, with less roast barley and more chocolate malt. In any case it's very smooth and very good. After aging it for 6 months.in a keg it's come into it's own and is one of my favorites.
January 12, 2014
Irish Eyes are smiling
I brewed this Irish Stout within a week of the honey porter and have both available on draft now. (That's the beauty of homebrewing. A brew pub would likely only have either a stout, or a porter on draft at any given time. I can do as I please.) As a dark beer fan it was very enjoyable to compare the two side by side. The stout is slightly darker, though you can only tell when holding in front of a very bright light. The stout has more aroma, which is due mostly to the roasted barley. Any fan of Guinness would love this beer. I am a huge fan. However, if you are just starting to experiment with the taste of dark beers, definitely go the Honey Porter route first. The roasted barley in the stout is a more complex flavor, which the honey porter doesn't have.
February 20, 2010
Not Bad, Not Great
I have made both the extract and all-grain versions of this kit. Both were good examples of the dry stout style and very drinkable. I think that most dry stouts suffer by comparison to Guinness. When striving for perfection it is easy to fall a bit short and in fairness to these kits, I have never made a stout that stacked up to the ultimate example. Next time I will probably try and brew it without the caramel malt because I definitely taste a sweetness that competes with dry roastiness.
August 17, 2010
AWSOME STOUT
I usually do all grain but i tried the extract stout kit and it is amazing!!! I had to use a wyeast 1469 pack up so i used it with this kit and im not dissapointed , i also cold pressed some kona coffee and made half this batch a irish coffee stout.I would highly recomend this kit to anyone that likes stout but i would suggest liquid yeast as it has always given me the best results.
April 12, 2012
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what is the quantity of the kit in gallons?
A shopper on Feb 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This kit will make you 5 gallons of tasty Irish Stout.

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