Review: Breckenridge Brewery Dry Irish Stout
Get ready for St. Patty’s tomorrow by picking up a four-pack of Breckenridge’s nitro-charged Dry Irish Stout, a fun Guinnessesque brew that will take you straight back to old Eire. Made in partnership with Boundary Brewing of Belfast, it’s a silky and appropriately creamy ale that offers up a rich and toasty oatmeal character before getting into some fruitier notes of apples and peaches, plus hints of dried banana chips. Gentle coffee and nutty aromas emerge as the beer warms up — all the better to entice you to actually eat that corned beef and cabbage.
B+ / $12 per four-pack of 15.2-oz cans / breckbrew.com