Dry Irish Stout Beer Recipe Kit

  • Dry Irish Stout in a drinking glass

Dry Irish Stout Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1100



Product Details

Jet-black in the tradition of Ireland's most popular and well-known beers, this stout has a pronounced roasty, coffee-like flavor and aroma, imparted by a generous helping of roasted barley.

Arguably Ireland's most famous export, dry stout has a loyal following all over the world. Our stout kit has a pronounced roasty, coffee-like flavor and aroma, imparted by a generous helping of roasted barley. Hop bitterness enhances the dryness, and the medium body makes for a very drinkable dark beer. This is one of the most popular styles among home brewers; after a few pints, you'll understand why.


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Additional Information

SKU 1100
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity


Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style British
Alcohol Content Low
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style Irish and Scottish Ales,Stout/Porter
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
Michael J.B.

Dry Irish Stout Beer Recipe Kit

Great stuff!!!

I took advantage of the St. Patrick's Day sale involving the Dry Stout kits to buy two stout kits, along with an enormous of other ingredients, to make both an Imperial Russin Stout and a Guiness-like clone that I plan to age on oak chips that will have been soaked in single barrel rye whiskey.
For the first time ever, my order was large enough to take advantage of the free shipping option. Everything arrived undamaged and in great condition.

Harold F.
Pleasure to buy from

Nothing is more important to me than ingredients for beer. MidwestNorthern brewer deliver every time. Prices are fair, support is outstanding and promptness exceptional

The Best

Not humanly possible for me to be more pleased with product or service!

Jason S.
Refreshing Stout that is not super thick

I enjoyed this stout because it was not super heavy like other stouts. Very drinkable and great foam. I followed the recipe and used 3/4 cup plain table sugar to prime it and it turned out great. Looks just like the photo.