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Fireside Dry Stout
Fireside Dry Stout
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Guest_Lee_*
post Apr 19 2005, 08:20 PM
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I thought this one was excellent myself however I had one problem. I ran out!

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mikebrad
post May 30 2005, 09:44 PM
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I'm not a big stout drinker mostly because I simply prefer PAs and IPAs and there is only so much beer one person can drink. I decided to brew this one to put a little variety in my selection and was not disappointed by any means. I brewed the standard recipe without any variation. It is pretty bitter and rather strong compared to most commercial stouts I have tried. I am thoroughly enjoy it so far and will brew another batch when this one is gone.
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jocosa
post Jun 11 2005, 05:17 PM
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This has finally aged enough for me to try... it's a very nice stout, the first I've brewed. I'll brew it again to see if it improves. (IMG:style_emoticons/brewboard/smile.gif)

I would suggest that you let it age a very minimum of 4 weeks to achieve the proper level of carbonation... I can only imagine what a little more time in the bottle will do for this.
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