1623 Brewing Dry Irish Stout

1623 Brewing Dry Irish Stout

Rated 3.125 by BeerPals
No Image Available

Brewed by 1623 Brewing Company LLC

Westminster, MD, United States

Style:  Dry Stout

5.8% Alcohol by Volume

30 International Bittering Units

Availability of this beer is unknown

Sign Up to Participate:

We drink dry Stout all year long, or at least we want to. That’s why we crafted this medium-bodied, dry-finishing Irish-style Stout. This beer has notes of roasted coffee to warm up cooler days, and smooth drinkability to wash down summer nights. “The history of the Stout beer style fascinates me. It started as a drink for porters, hence the name Porter. These porters were low alcohol, sweeter beers— chocolatey and malty. Porter evolved as taste preferences did and drinkers craved heartier, more robust, stout flavors. Since then brewers have added oats, chocolate, lactose, and oysters (both the ocean and the Rocky Mountain varieties), fruits, nuts (see what I did there?), and many other adjuncts. Stout will always be a classic Style.”

ID: 81240 Last updated 9 months ago Added to database 9 months ago

Key Stats








0 Member Photos

No photos yet. Show us yours!

Sign up to share your photos


Most noted beer attributes

None to date - be the first! Beeributes help BeerPal predict what beers you'll love.

Sign up to participate


Overall Rank25044
Overall Percentile45.7
Style Rank234 of 316
Style Percentile25.9
Lowest Score3.5
Highest Score3.5
Average Score3.500
Weighted Score3.125
Standard Deviation0.000

Rating Distribution

Not enough reviews for this chart

Beer vs Style

1 Member Reviews

Recent | Card View | Table View
  • MISSSIPLESS 165 reviews
    rated 3.5 9 months ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 7

    It's not as black as other stouts, but it is pretty dark. If held up to a string light you can see golden brown edges as if you were drinking a cola. You get a lot of roasted malt, toasted cereal, and coffee on the nose. As for the taste, it is similar to the aroma, lost of roasted malt and coffee bitterness, tempered a little bit with some chocolate flavors as well.

Discuss This Beer