• ABV: 4%

  • IBU: NA

  • FDB Rating: 67


Brewed By: Heineken Brewery, Ireleand Limited

This Irish dry stout has been brewed since 1856 in Cork, Ireland. It has a medium body, a creamy coffee taste, and an aroma of roasted malt. It was originally brewed to be less bitter than its competitor, Guinness. Although it is lighter in mouthfeel, I still prefer a good old fashioned Guiness, but I've met folks who heavily disagree. Therefore, you should certainly try it for yourself if you're a fan of Irish Dry Stouts! 

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