A full flavoured dry Irish stout with vanilla and aniseed notes.
This is a full flavoured, smooth, dry stout that has been described on more than one occasion as “the way stout used to taste”. Made from roasted barley which gives a rich, chocolatey flavour complemented by herbal hints and notes of vanilla and aniseed. This is a medium-bodied stout with a light carbonation and a smooth mouthfeel.
The beer is named after the ‘Black Rock,’ which is a famous marker for sailors on the rocky southern Irish coast close to the Dungarvan Brewing Co.
Black Rock Stout was awarded the bronze medal in the International Brewing Awards back in 2011, only one year after Dungarvan Brewing Co. was founded. What took so long!
As with all Dungarvan's beers, the bottles will contain a yeast sediment which is a by-product of the bottle conditioning process. This sediment is completely harmless and fine to drink, but if you prefer a clearer beer then leave the last drop in the bottle.
|Brewery||Dungarvan Brewing Company|
|Country of Origin||Waterford, Ireland|
|Malts||Pale Malt, Roasted Barley, Flaked Barley|
robust meat dishes, desserts, blue cheeses,
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|Serving Temperature||Room Temperature|
|Container||Bottle - 500ml|
|Case Size||12 Bottles|
|Marketing Materials||Bottle Image|