Dick | Dry Irish Coffee Stout | BeerCo All Grain Brewers Recipe Kit


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Milled: Yes
Yeast: Dry

Hands up if you love coffee! Pick Me! Pick Me! Hands up if you love Stout! Oh Yeah! Pick Me Pick Me! If you love Coffee and you love Stout you will love Dick | Dry Irish Coffee Stout.  Modelled on a mash up of two great things - Coffee and Stout. Dick | Dry Irish Coffee Stout is a winter warmer that is dry and remarkably easy to drink. Put down your pen! Pick up your Mash Paddle! It's Brew Time!

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Vital Stats:

Batch & Boil

  • Batch Size: 21 Litres
  • Boil Time: 60 mins
  • OG 1.057
  • FG 1.007
  • IBU 30
  • ABV 6.7%
  • Colour 124 EBC
  • Balance - 0.538 IBU/SG Bitterness Ratio


Grain Bill



Joe White Traditional Ale Malt 63% 3.5
Rolled Barley  16% 0.9
Roasted Barley 11% 0.6
Light Crystal 150 5% 0.3
Chocolate Malt 2% 0.11
Low Colour Chocolate Malt 2% 0.11
100% 5.52







Willamette 4.7% 27 60 mins 15 IBU
Willamette 4.7% 27 20 mins 10 IBU
Willamette 4.7% 27 5 mins 5 IBU


Liquid | Bluestone Yeast

    Dry | LalBrew Yeast

    Water Adjustments:

    Adjuncts: [NB: not included in Recipe Kit]

    • 140g of fresh roughly ground medium roast coffee from your favourite #fresh #local coffee roaster [note: note included in BeerCo Kit].


    1. Fill clean Kettle with 17 litres of water and pre-boil your water to precipitate our chlorides and chloramines. Add Mash Salts - 10g or 2 tsp of Calcium Carbonate
    2. Mill the grains and dough-in targeting a mash of around 3 Litres of water to 1 Kg of grain (a liquor-to-grist ratio of about 3:1 by weight) and a mash temperature of 67 °C (152 °F).
    3. Hold the mash at 67 °C ( 152 °F ) until enzymatic conversion is complete for around 45 minutes to 1 hour.
    4. Infuse the mash with near boiling water while stirring or with a recirculating mash system raise the temperature to mash out at 76 °C (168 °F). Mash out for 10 minutes.
    5. Fly sparge slowly with 14 Litres of 76 °C (168 °F ) water, collecting wort until the pre-boil kettle volume is around 25 L (6.5 gallons).
    6. The total boil time will be 60 minutes. Bring to a rapid rolling boil and make first addition of 27g of Willamette at 60 mins from end of boil.
    7. Make second addition of 27g of Willamette at 20 mins from end of boil.
    8. Deltafloc or Irish Moss is added with any yeast nutrients at 15 mins remaining on the boil.
    9. Add last addition of 27 grams of Willamette into the Boil at 5 mins remaining on the boil.
    10. At flameout, cool wort to 19°C (67 °F ), decant starter or open Gold Pitch and pitch liquid Yeast or 2 x sachets of dry yeast into pre oxygenated wort.
    11. Over the course of the fermentation, ramp the temperature slowly up to 22°C (72 °F ) to ensure full attenuation.
    12. On approximately Day 7 of fermentation when primary and secondary appear to be coming to a close.  Time to find and butter up your favourite local coffee roaster for a rough grind special fresh roast coffee.   
    13. Do a dry coffee hop for 24-48 hours with the fresh rough ground coffee roast before kegging or bottling at a rate of (~5 oz. per 5 gallons/140 g per 19 L) of your local roasters favourite medium roast ground coffee beans.
    14. Wait 1-2 days, then rack off into keg or bottling bucket for immediate carbonation or priming.
    15. Carbonate this beer to 2.4 volumes of CO2 and serve it on both nitrogen and/or CO2. Sláinte!
    Sauces of brewspiration:

    What's included in the Recipe Kit

    Malt | 5.2Kg Milled or Unmilled

    Hops | 100g Willamette US Hops

    Yeast | Dry LalBrew Nottingham Ale Yeast 2 x 11g or 

    What's not included in the Recipe Kit:

    Adjuncts | 140g roughly ground local fresh coffee roast

    Aids | Water adjustments