1623 Brewing Dry Irish Stout Now Available in Cans; Completes Year-Round Lineup of Four Core Beers

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BALTIMORE, MD— 1623 Brewing completes the roll-out of their year-round beers in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans with the release of Dry Irish Stout, available across central and western Maryland beginning this week. Dry Irish Stout follows the releases of 1623’s Hefeweizen, IPA, and Pilsner— available now across the brewery’s distribution footprint. beer and food course

Dry Irish Stout is a medium-bodied Irish-style Stout with a balanced, dry finish. A stout for all seasons, this beer has delicate notes of rich roasted coffee to warm you up on crisp autumn evenings and a smooth drinkability to toss back on warm summer nights. Dry Irish Stout weighs in at 5.75% ABV with 30 IBU.

“We drink stout all year long, or at least we want to,” explains co-founder and head-brewer, Zac Rissmiller. “Craft Irish Stouts aren’t easy to find readily available in cans, which is why we set out to craft a classic, versatile medium-bodied stout for all seasons that remains true to style.”

1623 Brewing Hefeweizen, IPA, Pilsner, and Irish Dry Stout are all now available in canned 12 oz. 6-packs and on draft at select establishments in central Maryland. Learn more about the beers at 1623brewing.com/beers.

For more information on Irish Dry Stout or any additional media inquiries about 1623 Brewing, contact Emily Hutto at coop@radcraftbeer.com.

ABOUT 1623 BREWING

1623 Brewing is a family owned, community driven craft brewery that calls both Maryland and Colorado home, where owners and cousins Mike and Sandy McKelvin, and Zac Rissmiller operate each home base of the brewery— 1,623 miles apart. The brewery’s tasting room is slated to open in Maryland’s Carroll County in 2019, and in the meantime 1623 Brewing cans and draft offerings are available in Central Maryland, Western Maryland, and Central Pennsylvania. Learn more at 1623brewing.com.

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