February 27, 2017

Irish Ales

Old #38 Stout

A- / 4.1
Old #38 Stout

Named for a retired California Western Railroad steam engine on the Fort Bragg to Willits run through the Redwoods, Old No. 38 Stout is a smooth, firm-bodied stout with the toasted character and coffee notes of dark malts and roasted barley.

Guinness Extra Stout (Canada)

C+ / 2.8
Guinness Extra Stout Canada

This is it, the one that started it all. Crafted to perfection for over 200 years, GUINNESS® EXTRA STOUT is descended from the definitive West India Porter known as Extra Superior Porter. Crack it open, and the first sip tastes as fresh as ever. The unmistakeable deep-dark color, the crisp hint of roasted barley, the fresh breeze of hops, and the refreshing bite all make for the bittersweet reward.

Pure beauty. Pure GUINNESS®.

Murphy’s Irish Stout

B- / 3.0
Murphy's Irish Stout - Photo by Jeremy Keith

Murphy’s Irish Stout is a dry stout brewed in County Cork according to the original recipe by Murphy’s Brewery since 1856.