The Brewery

St. Stephen's Green

Dry Irish Stout



Original Release Date: 3/17/2012

Format:  1/6 bbl keg, 1/2 bbl keg, 16 oz can

Availability: NC, (Can: Pub Only)

ABV: 3.5%

IBU: 40

SRM: 40+

Bitterness Ratio: 40:43 (0.930)


Grist: Maris Otter, Riverbend Heritage, Roasted Barley, Flaked Barley, Black Malt, Acidulated Malt, Chocolate Malt


Hops:  UK Goldings



Brewer's Notes: The original batch of St. Stephen's Green was Batch #10 at Mystery.  We launched just before St. Patrick's Day and realized quickly that it would be silly to not celebrate the holiday with a beer.


This recipe relies on the combination of Roasted Barley and a fairly big (for a stout) helping of Acidulated Malt.  Both reduce the pH of this low alcohol beer lending a dry, roasty-bitter mouthfeel.  The Acidulated Malt follows up with a light lactic tang, like you would find in the prototypical Dry Irish Stout: Guinness.


The only change we've made to this recipe since the original brew in 2012 was the addition of North Carolina grown and malted malt.  Riverbend's Heritage malt give a sweet biscuity complexity that just serves to make the beer even better.


St. Stephen's Green is a park in Dublin that houses a bust of the great Irish author James Joyce.

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