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Brewed By: St Louis Brewery Inc (Schlafly Beer)

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Number of Ratings: 162

Style: Foreign / Export Stout

Brewed In: 2100 Locust St, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA

ABV: 6.0%

IBU: 30

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Schlafly Irish-Style Extra Stout

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Tasting Notes

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skategeezer profile pictureskategeezer - October 5, 2016
This stout is amazing!
oKC profile pictureoKC - May 22, 2016
Nice Irish style stout.
quagmire56 profile picturequagmire56 - May 5, 2015
Sweet and chocolatey. Less malty than many stouts. Cherry finish.
Warhammer profile pictureWarhammer - March 19, 2015
Dark chocolate, dark cherry, and roasted coffee, very malty. Good for an Irish style stout- definitely better than a Guinness...but then again, most stouts are
Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - March 15, 2014
A little sweet, deep, chocolate and caramel undertones, very drinkable and smooth
jaywill1323 profile picturejaywill1323 - February 15, 2014
Mahogany in color with a khaki head lasting lacing and chocolate aromas. Smooth medium mouthfeel with chocolate & caramel overtones and a roasted coffee note following into a silky chocolate finish. more like a sweet stout than a traditional dry Irish but still pretty good. I think Brooklyn's dry Irish is the 2nd best to Guinness. Very drinkable and enjoyable. Way too easy for an 8% abv
AJT10 profile pictureAJT10 - March 17, 2013
While the the beer was pretty good, the glass it was served in was not so great.. The person before me had an apple ale so it tasted quite apple-y
jsharpe27 profile picturejsharpe27 - February 25, 2013
Not like Guiness, but a good stout nonetheless. Dry, but a good finish
handypantz profile picturehandypantz - January 17, 2012
A - beautiful chocolate nose. Very malty. Some hops coming through. A - black, black opaque F - patent black and minimal roast. Lots of deep caramel and chocolate nots. Bittering is balancing the malt profile and pleasant and not over powering for an extra stout. M - a bit metallic. Long lingering chocolate finish O - this reminds me of a sweet stout on steroids. It's quite drinkable. Overall impressive from front to finish