Irish styled dry stout
Foreign / Export Stout
The Export Stout is a typical English Stout with a higher ABV and stronger flavors, originally brewed in order to survive a long journey overseas. The style was started by Guinness, and was first advertised as a "West India Porter".
Generally dark brown to black in color, the actual ABV varies, but is normally around 6-9%. Roasted and slightly burnt flavors and bitterness are elevated from the normal English Stout, with the increased alcohol providing a dry aftertaste.
Best served at cellar temperature, 55-57 degrees, in a pint glass or beer snifter.
A bitter stout
That time of year when the day seems to fade away. Drifting further into the darkness with each passing day.
Our India-style Export Stout is a unique collaboration with award-winning homebrewer Alex Tweet. Released in limited quantities, this explosion of South Asian flavors is reason enough to kneel down and thank the heavens.
Distinctive coffee-like aroma and flavor from the dark roasted barley with subtle overtones of bitter chocolate from chocolate malt and hops. Has a medium body with a smooth, slightly creamy texture. (Description provided by company)
Our Irish-Style Extra Stout amplifies the traditional drier versions from Ireland for a bolder, black brew. The addition of both roasted barley and Dark Crystal malted barley give Extra Stout undertones of chocolate, molasses and dried fruit.
The dark caramel, large dense headed brew, with its 8.8% alcoholic content, is unique due to its sweet notes of chocolate and coffee interspersed into a foundation of dark roasted barley.
Foreign Extra Stout is brewed with generous hops and roasted barley for a bittersweet balance & full-flavored, natural bite. Developed over 200 years ago for global export from Ireland, the addition of extra hops ensured this Stout would arrive to its destination in perfect condition.