Recipe: Irish Stout

Despite the rich, dark colour, Irish stout is one of the lightest and most sessionable beers on draft. Our Irish stout has a delicious coffee-like character from the roasted barley, and a gentle biscuity malt background from the Maris Otter. Flaked barley enhances the creamy mouthfeel. This beer finishes dry to keep you coming back for another sip.

Source: Ontario Beer Kegs

Beer Specifications

Beer Name: Irish Stout
Beer Style: Stout
Recipe Type: All Grain
Batch Size: 5.5 gallons / 20.8 litres
Estimated SRM: 35°
Estimated IBU: 32
Estimated OG: 1.039
Estimated FG: 1.009
Estimated ABV: 3.9%

Grain Bill/Fermentables

Lbs Fermentables
6 Maris Otter
1 Roasted Barley
1 Flaked Barley

Hops

Oz Min Hops
1 60 Northern Brewer

Yeast

# Yeast
1 Nottingham / Wyeast 1084 / WLP004

Fermentation Schedule

7-14 days Primary
7-14 days Bottle Conditioning
Optimal Fermentation Temperature: 57-70°F / 14-21°C
Place fermenter in stable temperature, out of the light.

Directions

Mash Temperature: 154.4°F / 68°C
Mash Time: 60 min
Strike Water Volume: 3 gallons / 11.4 litres
Sparge Water Volume: 3 gallons / 11.4 litres
Boil Duration: 60 min

See how this recipe turned out here!

OBK Irish “Coffee” Stout

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