24 February 2016


When thinking of Stout most people think of Dry Stout, the black ale with a creamy head from Ireland. In actuality, there are several other members in the Stout family that are lesser known but definitely worth examining. In this article we will be looking at the most prominent ones as well as a few of the more obscure examples. All Stouts share a common history as well as their signature black color and roast malt character but there are notable differences that deserve exploration.

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