Coopers DIY Thomas Coopers Selection Irish Stout Brew Can

July 20, 2016 - Comment

A rich, dark brew displaying coffee, chocolate and licorice aromatics, roasty bitter notes with a dry finish. Thomas Coopers Irish Stout is an authentic recipe containing a blend of malted barley, roasted barley, flaked barley and hops. The pour will show a turbulent, cascading tan foaming action. Eventually, this settles into a creamy beige coloured

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A rich, dark brew displaying coffee, chocolate and licorice aromatics, roasty bitter notes with a dry finish. Thomas Coopers Irish Stout is an authentic recipe containing a blend of malted barley, roasted barley, flaked barley and hops. The pour will show a turbulent, cascading tan foaming action. Eventually, this settles into a creamy beige coloured head that rests atop the beer. Use with 500g Light Dry Malt + 300g Dextrose.

Product Features

  • Makes 6 Gallons of great tasting beer
  • Is designed to work with your Coopers DIY Beer Kit
  • Easy to follow 14 day brewing process, just add water
  • Additional items are required to make beer: Coopers Dextrose and Coopers Light Dry Malt
  • Includes 1 Can of Thomas Coopers Irish Stout HME, and 1 Packet of Coopers Dry Ale Yeast

Comments

Dave says:

very good I was very happy with the way this turned out. It is very similar to traditional American beers(Bud/Coors) but with an extra kick. The flavor is very smooth, has a creamy head and ends with a slight bitternes. This is a great beer to start with for new brewers and veterans alike. If you are to anxious to wait for it to age, you can drink it after 2 weeks. It will taste good, but get better with age. Make sure to put it in the fridge after it carbonates. Lager ages and taste best when in colder…

Eric J. Goode says:

strongly recomend wow…didn’t think an extract brew would taste like that! I got this because it is easy and takes no time. That being true, comparitively to grain brew, this is not it’s only draw. You wil not sacrifice taste…color…smell…or the joy of beer.

William D. Loeffler says:

Thomas Coopers Premium Selection Sparkling Ale I have been a homebrewer for many years, but have taken a hiatus until recently. As I got back into this traditional American hobby, I was drawn to try the Coopers kits (apparently, Coopers is used as an adjective in Australia, without an apostrophe, so I will try to follow their usage, even though it feels like it a possessive to this Yank). There were two main things that drew me to the Coopers Kits, initially. One was the fact that I liked their beers, which are among very few…

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