On tap at Pompton Craft House, softly creamed dry Irish stout captured on nitro buttresses its nutted black coffee stead with dark chocolate malting and blackened hop char, gaining bitterer Blackstrap molasses treacle, caramelized espresso milking and distant dried black cherry snip. Smooth.
On tap at Ambulance, gently frothed dry Irish Stout plies mildly acidic medium roast coffee tones to subtle walnut-charred dark chocolate bittering and black tea snips with predictable, less resonant Guinness-like result.
On tap at Ambulance, dry Irish stout lets lemon pith-rimmed day-old coffee souring pick up mildly bitter dark-roast hop nuttiness. Serve to sour stout snobs.
On tap at Beef Trust, soft-tongued nitro flow allows nutty dark chocolate bittering to engage mild hop as arid carbolic fizz detonates. Brazil nut, walnut and cola nut tags.
On tap at Hoover’s, traditional dry Irish stout brings mildly hop-charred coffee roast to black-malted dark chocolate bittering and black marble rye nuttiness in dewy setting.
Dry Irish Stout loads tarry wood-charred nuttiness upon acrid Black patent-malted dark chocolate bittering, oats-flaked mocha malting and black cherry smidge. Dark-roast chocolate resolve gains mellow espresso and black coffee snips.
On tap at Stone & Rail, outstanding Jameson whiskey-barreled Irish Stout layers luscious vanilla and coffee beaning with bittersweet dark chocolate syruping. Tertiary toasted coconut, marshmallow and hazelnut illusions slip behind luxurious mocha-bound bourbon vanilla richness. An Irish coffee alternative.
On tap at Growler & Gill, demure nitogenated Irish stout brings mildly creamed dark-roast chocolate and nutty coffee tones to the fore in soft-tongued manner. Black cherry smidge seamlessly enjoins dark mocha template alongside ancillary espresso, dark cocoa and tarry Blackstrap molasses illusions.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, politely creamed Irish Coffee cocktail derivation relegates Irish whiskey-tinged toasted oak spirals and lactose demerara-sugared nutmeg spicing. Instead, durable coffee theme gains dark chocolate thrust as well as mild vanilla, cinnamon, molasses and black cherry illusions to offset snubbed whiskey tones. A fine brunch-styled winter warmer.
On tap at Growler & Gill, soothing, yet pronounced, Tullamore Irish Whiskey influence gains coffee-stained black chocolate roast and oaken vanilla leathering. Mild wood char seeps into whiskeyed mocha charm. In deep recess, black grape musk and sooty peat add musty wisps.
On tap at Growler & Gill, soft-tongued nitro stout leads with its smooth ground coffee roast coercing ancillary dark chocolate, espresso, cocoa and walnut illusions above light hop char. Mild java bitterness tranquilizes delicate mineral-watered finish.
On tap at The Oath, “easy drinking” dry stout layers bittersweet dark chocolate roast above mild charred hop sedation. Wispy anise, blackcurrant and soy illusions drape lightly smoked mocha finish.