Paddy's Pub Irish Dry Stout

Review Date 6/17/2022 By John Staradumsky


New brewery alert! For me anyway. I am currently enjoying a pint of Paddy’s Pub, an Irish Dry Stout from the Two Tides brewery of Savannah, Georgia. I found this delightful beer at Stout’s Growlers here in Canton, and what’s more fitting than a crowler of stout from Stout’s?

I could not find this beer listed on the Two Tides website, but the description on Untappd says:

Celebrating St Pats? Come on down to Paddy’s Pub, home of the original kitten mittens™! We’ll be pouring our enriched Irish stout with its perfectly balanced roast and drinkability, thanks to some choice maris otter, flaked barley and roasted barley. Mmmmmm

Two Tides Paddy’s Pub Irish Dry Stout has an alcohol content of 4.6% by volume and I paid $10.50 for a crowler from Stout’s. That’s all I know.

Two Tides Paddy’s Pub Irish Dry Stout pours to a jet-black color with a thick creamy tan head and a nose of roasted barley and chocolate pudding with the skins on like your mom used to make on the stovetop. Taking a sip, the beer is medium to slightly more in body, roasty, rich with those same chocolate pudding notes. A hint of licorice pokes through. I did not fine the beer gently sour like draft Guinness, but it does have the bittersweet chocolate and creamy notes of that classic example of the style.

Just a wonderful, wonderful Irish dry Stout that I enjoyed sipping casually. I would love to do so again.

 Glad I tried it?  T

Would I rebuy it??


*Pricing data accurate at time of review or latest update. For reference only, based on actual price paid by reviewer.

(B)=Bottled, Canned


(G)=Growler, Crowler