Irish Stout

Irish Stout Dark ale, created by a traditional Irish recipe with roasted barley, coffee flavored and caramel malts, thanks to which it boasts a characteristic dark brown colour, bitter and caramel flavor and roasted coffee aroma. For the first time, the term “stout” appeared in the second half of the 17th century. Long shelf life, strong taste and high alcohol content (7-8%) made these dark beers much loved among sailors in England. Stouts and porters gained popularity in the 18th century and spread across Europe, reaching as far as Imperial Russia. In Ireland, it gained extreme popularity. There the world’s most famous stout is produced – Guinness. Stout is a beer best served at a higher temperature than light beers and it is very suitable for cold days. A real winter beer for real men.