Maker: Shorts, Bellaire, Michigan, USA
Style: Double Irish-style stout.
Purchased for $13/6 pack
Appearance: Dark coffee brown with a beige lacy head.
Nose: Slightly toasty, sweet malt.
Palate: Sweet and a little sticky. Oatmeal, molasses, effervescence.
Finish: Some bitterness and a bit of smoke. Dry.
Parting words: Moher Stout is named for a scenic group of cliffs in Ireland that were, according to the bottle, the scene of at least one shipwreck.
Anyway, this differs from their Uncle Steve’s Stout in two ways. First, it’s at “double” strength and second oatmeal is used in the making of it. These two factors lift it above Uncle Steve’s and into highly recommended territory. Unfortunately the high price takes it down a peg from there. Moher Stout is, like I said, recommended.
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