RATINGS: 32   MEAN: 3.47/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.36/5   ABV: -
This is a dry yet full flavored Irish Style Stout, not heavy or sweet. We serve it with Nitrogen through a "sparkler" draught tap that gives it a long cascading "roll" of bubbles forming a dense whipped cream-like head yet keeps the carbonation appropriately low. Full flavors of coffee and chocolate abound, with a dry roasted finish.

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kp (10881) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - SEP 1, 2007
Name: Dodgrey’s Dry Irish Stout
Date: 11/24/2002
Mode: Draft
Source: Brewpub

Black, big fine nitro head, very creamy body with a slight oily (oatmeal?) character, rich dry roasted malt flavor, hint of oatmeal, dry finish, only the slightest touch of roasted malt bitterness and then only after warming

Aroma: 5/10; Appearance: 6/10; Flavor: 7/10; Palate: 6/10; Overall: 16/20
Rating: 3.4/5.0
Score: **4
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PorterPounder (8228) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - MAY 28, 2005
On tap at the brewpub. Pours a thick, black tar color with a thick viscous mocha colored head with excellent lacing left on the glass in concentric circles. Has a slightly winey aroma with a wee bit of dirt. Thick, creamy mouthful, coats your mouth. Flavor has strong coffee notes, some trailing chocolate, decent bitterness. Very good brewpub stout.

CaptainCougar (7133) - Columbia, Maryland, USA - MAY 30, 2005
Pours a dark opaque black with a thick, dense, tan nitro head. Aroma is mild, and semi-roasty with some dry maltiness. Starts lightly sweet with some cooked vegetable flavors turning more dry toward a roasty dark chocolate finish. Done pretty well to style, I guess I’m just not that big a fan of dry stouts.

BBB63 (6557) - La Porte, Indiana, USA - MAR 18, 2008
Tap at brewpub and served with nitro: Near black with a tan creamy nitro pour head and very good lace. The aroma is roasty and charred, chocolate, herbal and flowery hops, walnut and a hint soapy. The taste is dark malts, bittersweet with a mild hop background. Very light smoke and nutty qualities on the finish. The mouth feel is creamy but thin. A very average brewpub paint-by-numbers dry stout.

thedm (6309) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - DEC 16, 2003
UPDATED: JAN 11, 2004 TheDM and Hotstuff vacation brew 33. This draft brew was enjoyed at the brewery in Atlanta Georgia. Dennis, the owner, treated us royally. He kept bringing sample after sample to our table. We were given every courtesy and treated very well. Thanks to their fine staff. This brew poured large creamy head of light brown colored finely sized bubbles that left behind a most excellent lace for a stout and an opaque black body with no visible carbonation. The head was very interesting. After it settled down it appeared mottled with black and light brown foam on top. It was so long lasting it appeared that it would stay foamy forever. It had a very mild coffee aroma and a thin smooth mouthfeel from start to finish. The flavor was mostly of dark malts with some coffee in it. The head was just soooo remarkable! Awesome!

Cybercat (6018) - Georgia, USA - JUN 24, 2007
From the tap, this brew is a rich deep brown, almost black, with a fine-bubbled and persistent head. Aroma is rich and stouty with strong smoky and coffee hints. Taste is strong and stouty, very smoky, coffee and chocolate undertones. Finish is smooth with some bitterness. Excellent, and highly recommended to all stout/porter fans.

BückDich (5464) - McCall, Idaho, USA - DEC 10, 2003
Deep dark black color with a dark tan head. The aroma on this is definately roasted with a mainly coffee, lightly chocolatey nose. The flavor throws you off a bit as it's a bit more acidic and maybe astringent than most stouts. This was nitrogen charges, so it was definately creamy in the mouthfeel department. A well made stout that didn't quite live up to what it was boasted as, and as Chris pointed out, would be damn tasty on a handpump cask.

hotstuff (5233) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - DEC 19, 2003
Draft at 5 Seasons. My pour of this beer was a small sized light brown head with fine-medium sized bubbles. The body was uncarbonated and opaque with a dark brown hue. The nose was that of coffee and some hops. The flavor was that of chocolate and mild coffee with a smooth and dry mouthfeel. This was a medium bodied beer with an excellent lacing.

ChainGangGuy (4920) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JAN 4, 2009
Appearance: Appropriate black body with an inch of fizzy, light beige-colored head. Significant amounts of lacing as we progress. Smell: Roastyish nose for the most part with some chocolate and nutty notes. Taste: Sweet, roasty maltiness with a taste of baker’s chocolate and hints of dark caramel and cola nuts. Minor earthy bitterness. Pinch of licorice powder. Finishes bittersweet. Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied. Medium carbonation. Drinkability: A solid, enjoyable Irish Stout. Overall, it’s better than I had expected.

unclemattie (4357) - Georgia, USA - MAR 13, 2008
Tap. Pours black, tan creamy head. Nitro tasting. Aroma is dry. Hints of licorice flavor. Flavor is dry, toasted grain. Finishes very dry and chalky.

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