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RATINGS: 505   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.48/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Dry, roasty and incredibly rich in flavor, Dragoon’s Dry Irish Stout is made with a unique blend of imported hops and malted barley from the United Kingdom. This award winning stout is brewed in the Irish tradition to commemorate General Stephen Moylan,Irish-born commander of the 4th Continental Dragoons during the American Revolutionary War.

GABF 2015 Silver

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3.7
VsXsV (4522) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - FEB 1, 2016
Draught at Moylans. Opaque black liquid with medium, solid tan head. Aroma of coffee, light licorice, light ash, fresh hops and toast. Taste is very light sweet and light bitter with notes of light licorice, coffee and light ash. Medium bodied with medium carbonation. Solid, true to style.

3.5
mR_fr0g (12916) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - FEB 1, 2016
Draft at the brewpub. Dark brown reddy coloured pour with no head. Aroma is raisin, malt loaf, nutty malts, dried figs. Flavour is composed of dry malt bread, vanilla, woody. Dried fruits, raisin and figs. Palate is dry, semi sweet, powdery carbonation. I quite like it.

3.7
Homer321 (5142) - Melboring, Florida, USA - FEB 1, 2016
Draft at source. Nitro. Moderate coffee and chocolate aroma that is very inviting. Black with a very faint reddish highlight. Medium sized tan head. Taste is very chocolate forward with a creamy mouthfeel. Not overly bitter or roasty, very creamy and sweet. Enjoyable.

3.2
Holmen2 (3850) - NORWAY - JAN 30, 2016
Backlog. Bottle at Cardinal 24.10.14. Black. Pale brown head quickly diminishing to almost nothing. Aroma of coffee, dark chocolate and roasted barley. Similar taste. Fine, but short, aftertaste. Thin and watery mouthfeel. High drinkability, though.

3.3
JulienHuxley (5877) - Sherbrooke, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 30, 2016
Sample on tap at the brewpub. Opaque black pour with creamy tan head. Aroma is roasty, burnt grain, light chocolate. Taste is roasty, nice chocolate, light ash. Palate is light, very dry. Nice dry stout.

3.1
Tognetta (951) - São Paulo, BRAZIL - DEC 11, 2015
Marrom escura, espuma bege de média formação e pouca persistência. Aroma de chocolate amargo, torrado, médio dulçor, maltada. Paladar trás um leve defumado e dulçor, amargor de grãos torrados. Corpo médio, baixa carbonatação. Aftertaste característico maltado, leve café, final seco como era de se prever. Boa !

2.6
tandembrauer (1526) - Stavanger, NORWAY - NOV 20, 2015
On tap at Ølbaren, Copenhagen. Pours dark brown with small beige head. Aroma of roasted malt, dark fruits. Taste sweet and slightly fruity-sour.

3.3
angel77 (3679) - oviedo, SPAIN - NOV 12, 2015
Botella 66 cl tomada en el momento en el Lupulo 12..10..2015 (r482). Rey irían stout suave con sabores y aromas tostados suaves tirando a ciertos caramelos tostados. Amargo final escaso. Cuerpo ligero a medio muy fácil de beber. 5 vol. Normal.

3.9
allmyvinyl (10835) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 8, 2015
650ml bottle from Appellation Wines. Pours opaque dark brown with a thin tan head. Aromas of dark chocolate, tar, leather. Taste is more dark chocolate and leather, liquorice. Slightly thin maybe but there’s a good richness for the strength.

3.9
AshtonMcCobb (6772) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 2, 2015
Bottle from Appellation Wines. Appearance - opaque black with a decent fawn head. Nose - creamy milk chocolate plus a burnt toffee note. Taste - the burnt toffee dominates the chocolate. Palate - medium bodied with a creamy yet dry burnt middle section which follows Overall - could be a dry stout. Or could also be a porter of sorts. Very rich and tasty. Big for the ABV.


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