Stout, as the word implies, is a stronger version of a beer, not necessarily dark, that was brewed in England in the 16th century. As porter, a dark beer, became popular, breweries started making porters in a variety of strengths and started calling them stout porters. Over time, the stout became firmly associated with dark beer and broke its association with higher strength beers.
We have been inspired by the classic Irish stout that is so popular across the world, but our version is not as dry and bitter but has the classic roastiness you would find in a stout. We serve this on nitro that gives it a creamy texture and a thick head.
Come, visit Ireland with us when you sip this glorious brew!