Originally Posted by DarthBeer
The Irish Stout was the first thing I brewed also.
It was a MountMalick(sp?) stout kit with some dark dme added in. People who tried it said they did think it tasted real similar to the Guinness Stout.
I've made this same recipe: 1 can, 1 bag dark DME, a little extra hops, for serveral years. Very easy batch to make, and on tap, nice thick creamy head. It is a perrenial favorite of mine.
My current keg is getting pretty light, but my first all-grain stout is aging in the keg now.
-Those that know dont close the door on those that dont know (The Gourds, "Education Song")...
-The brewer's yeast ferments, and forgives, all that you did...(The Gourds, "Right in the Head")...