DetailsTo please the palates of the small batch all-grain brewer, we proudly present our Pride of Dublin Stout.
A dry stout of incomparable quality carefully crafted to resemble the classics known throughout the world. For this beer we went back to basics with a simple grain bill that spotlights the soul of any stout: roasted barley.
Expect a clean malt character balanced by the bitterness of hops and roasted barley, topped of with a dry finish that includes notes of coffee and dark chocolate. But don’t be deceived by the darkness- this black beauty goes down smooth with a just-right roasty bite that will keep you coming back for more.
- Details & Instructions
Origin of Style UK Color Dark Gravity Level Medium
4.8 / 5.05 ReviewsEasy to makeI made it on my stove. I heated up some water, and placed the crushed grain in a nylon bag in a pot. I checked on the temperature every so often and added a couple of degrees as needed. After an hour I pulled out the bag, squeezed out the drippings, and did a normal 60 minute boil. The beer was great, flavorful and with a nice color. I'm making more of these.February 10, 2014This is good!This did not disappoint on St. Patrick's Day. It is a delicious stout with excellent roastiness and fabulous coffee undertones.March 20, 20141 Gallon Dublin Stout - An excellent kit but I wish I had done a 5 gallon batch!I bought this kit on the premise 2.5 cases of a stout was too much stout to have around the house. The brew went well as did the primary and secondary fermentation. The kit recommended 1/2 of the packet of yeast, I used it all and it turned out just fine (no crazy fermentation). My batch yielded 10 bottles (12oz.) and it turned out rather nicely. I just wish I had gone with a 5 gallon batch. Those 10 bottles are very endangered! I have tried only one so far after 2 weeks bottled. It had a nice but loose head. I'm going to allow it to condition for a month or so before I try another. BTY, I used 1 teaspoon of corn sugar per bottle for priming.November 20, 2014Impressed relativesDelicious and impressed Irish relatives visiting the statesMay 10, 2017Purchased
1 year agoPrompt Shipping, Neat PackagingI bought this as a Christmas gift for my brother-in-law. The package arrived promptly and was neatly packaged. No complaints. I will have to check with my brother-in-law after Christmas to see how he would review the product after he brews some beer.November 30, 2016Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 8 answersHow many bottles should I expect out of one gallon?BEST ANSWER: Starting with the full gallon in the jug I always ended up with 9 full bottle and maybe another partial. You lose some volume to the yeastiness at the bottom of the fermentor so you won't end up bottling a full gallon.What are the expected starting and ending gravities?BEST ANSWER: This is a tricky question. There are many variables that can effect the gravity I don't remember mine exactly but I ended up with 8% alcoholWhat is the temperature range on this yeast, a diet what strain of yeast is it?