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McMenamins Irish Stout
A beer by: McMenamins Breweries
from Portland, OR, United States
Style: Dry Stout
 
Score:
3.02
ABV:
3.7%
Availability:
Unknown

Reviews:
2
IBU:
n/a
Last Updated:
2/19/2006
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Beer Description:
What better way to honor St. Patrick's Day than with a fabulous stout brewed in the dry Irish style. McMenamins Irish Stout belongs to the dry Irish family and is brewed in the tradition of many famous Irish brews including Murphys, Beamish, and of course, Guinness. The term dry refers to the lack of residual sweetness found in some stouts. This quality provides a clean, crisp and refreshing draught. Aromas of chocolate and malt combine with hoppy, herbal nuances. The taste is complex, including pronounced roast barley flavors and a rich, bready warmth. These essences give way to a pleasing chocolate-espresso richness balanced by an herbal hop twang. Starts pouring March.
Grains: Pale Malt, Victory Malt, Flaked Barley, Chocolate Malt, and Roast Barley; Hops: Kent Goldings
 
Beer Album
Statistics
Overall rank34568 of 45015
Overall percentile23.2
Style rank279 of 307
Style percentile9.2
Lowest score2.8
Highest score3.3
Average score3.05
Weighted score3.02
Standard deviation0
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