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Goibnius Irish Stout - All Grain Beer Kit

$35.99

Description:

Inspired by the Irish God of brewing and metalsmithing, this All Grain Dry Irish Stout Beer Recipe Kit celebrates Goibniu's dedication to making the best Irish beer and sharing it with the fae court.  Our Irish Stout is creamy, roast forward and delicious.  It boasts big notes of roasty coffee and a full, balanced body.  It's the perfect beer for when you want full flavor, full body and lower ABV so you can have more than one.  This beer will be the favorite of all your friends year round, and will always be a welcome guest to every St. Paddy's celebration!  Use one of the Guinness yeast strains listed below for maximum authenticity!

Style:

15B Irish Stout

Recipe Kit Details:

ABV: 5.5%
Estimated OG: 1.054
Estimated FG: 1.012
IBU: 41
SRM: 43

Included In Kit:

  • All Grains Listed in Recipe, Ground and Bagged Together
  • All Hops Listed in Recipe
  • 5" x 28" Grain Bag
  • 4 oz Bottling Sugar
  • Beer Recipe Kit Instructions

Yeast Suggestions:

A10 Imperial Organic Yeast A10 Darkness
WLP004 White Labs WLP004 Irish Ale Yeast
Wyeast 1084 Wyeast 1084 Irish Ale

NOTE: YEAST is NOT included.

Instructions and Home Brew Recipe Download:

PDF icon  Download the Recipe HERE!
PDF Icon Download our Pocket Guide to All Grain Brewing HERE!

NOTE: Recipe and All Grain Instructions are in PDF format. 

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This Classic Dry Irish Stout is inspired by Goibniu (pronounced (Guv-Nu), the Irish God of Brewing.  For centuries, Goibniu has supplied the Fae Court with the most delectable libations brewed by hand and enjoyed by all.  This recipe kit is in his honor, a carefully crafted stout that’s not, for once in our lives, 10%!  We kept it more moderate and stylistically correct to the kind of stout that Goibniu himself would pour for you at his own table!

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