snoworsummer (6057) - baltimore, Maryland, USA - MAR 24, 2014
Draft at the Trolley Stop in Dayton. Pours dark brown with a fizzy beige head. Tastes like burnt coffee, burnt toast, very bitter and dry. Light body and low/medium carbonation. Smells like burnt toast, butter coffee, ash, and earth. aracauna (3674) - Georgia, USA - APR 27, 2012
This bottle just says Irish Stout and is one of the older Brew Kettle some dude at his desk computer mock up labels. I’m assuming it’s the same beer, just different label than the photo.
Dark cola brown. Seems to have good clarity, but it’s too dark to be sure. Nice mild roastiness with a surprising nuttiness. Easy drinking dry stout. fiver29 (1112) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - JUN 4, 2010
Bottle pours black with light tan color. Aroma is roasted malts and nuts. Medium light mouthfeel. Flavors have a touch of chocolate and coffee and finishes with a touch of almond. Not bad for the style. MrBunn (2848) - The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 18, 2009
Bottle. Pours a dark brown as expected, with a little bit of a tan head. Looks a bit thin as it pours. Aromas are kind of odd... a bit of nuts and coffee and such, but there is a strange bit of something like rotting vegetable of some sort that comes and goes. While I was worried that this would show up in the flavor, these fears turned out to be unfounded. There is a heavy coffee presence with a bit of peat and something sweet like cream and nuts. It comes off as a bit thin, but is good, nonetheless. cking (1175) - North Canton, Ohio, USA - APR 4, 2009
On tap at the brewpub, this beer started the day off right. Dark opaque body with a fluffy tan head and layers upon layers of lacing. Roasted malt aroma with toast and dry nut accents. Creamy, thick and filling, mouth feel is wonderful and the pint emptied with ease. Flavor is chock full of burnt/roasted malts with a heavy nutty characteristic. Some faint sweetness with notes of chocolate and toffee. A fine dry stout to be found.
Dogbrick (13748) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - MAR 30, 2009
Sample at the brewpub. this beer is a solid dark brown color with some amber highlights around the edges. Medium and creamy beige head that diminishes steadily, and large patches of lacing on the glass. Roasted coffee and malt in the nose. Medium, dry body with flavors of roasted malt, coffee and semisweet chocolate. The finish is creamy and smooth with a mild coffee aftertaste. Pretty good overall. JaBier (8235) - Capital City, Ohio, USA - MAR 29, 2009
On tap at Brew Kettle as Blarney Stone Irish Stout. Nearly black pour with a big creamy beige head. Roasted malt aroma with coffee and chocolate. Coffee flavor up front with lots of malt and a creamy, yet bitter finish. The most flavorful nitro stout I’ve had. shigadeyo (3788) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - NOV 19, 2008
Ughsmash (7510) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 25, 2008
<b>Unknown Date</b>: RN Dry Irish Stout is served via nitro tap so its black body is topped is a dense and creamy off-white head that leaves thick lacing on the glass. The flavor has darkly roasted malt, black barley, and a dry roasty finish. This medium-bodied beer has smooth and creamy texture. Overall this is a decently dry and robust Dry Irish Stout.
<i>Draught at The Brew Kettle in Strongsville, Ohio. Rating #1 for this beer...</i>
On tap at the Brew Kettle as “Ringneck Dry Irish Stout” at 5.5%.. I’m guessing that the rating belongs here. Poured clear, medium reddish-brown with a tall, thick cap of beige head. The aroma picked up toasty, very dry chocolate first and foremost with lighter coffee grounds and earthy notes behind.. came off very well. The flavor found sweeter cocoa and darker chocolates paired with light coffee and earthy bitterness again on the edges.. light sour, oaken impression on the back.. well-balanced and nicely roasty. Dry and light-medium bodied on the palate with a fine flow to it.. great final impression of cocoa bitterness. jmikolich (1486) - North Ridgeville, Ohio, USA - MAR 26, 2008
on Tap @ brew Kettle, body was dark with off white nearing tan head, taste was smooth and roasty, easy drinking light mouthfeel..dry finish.. no surprise not too shabby at all.