A Wry Irish Rye Stout

Éirinn go Brách

Beagán agus a rá go maith.
Say little but say it well.

May the road rise to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
The rains fall soft upon your fields,
And until we meet again,
May God hold you
In the palm of his hand.
And may you be half-an-hour o’er Heaven's threshold
before the Devil knows you’re dead.
--Irish Blessings

'Tis sure I'll be wearing the green,
On the date labeled March Seventeen,
I'll drink Éirinn go Brách,
To repeal Murphy’s Law,
Just try some; you'll see what I mean.

This delightfully rich Irish stout
Is as dark as molasses, no doubt
Flavor level: Quite high,
Body: Medium dry,
And the roasted and rye malts sing out!

A true shamrock is present within,
Added just as the boil did begin.
Need your luck to improve?
Quaff a pint, we behoove;
To miss Éirinn go Brách’s blessing is sin!

This fine Éirinn go Brách contains rye,
It makes one’s sense of humor run wry.
This lovely Black Stout,
Will one day run out,
Then we’ll all have a jolly good cry.

Say little but say it well. 

Check our News for more information about the design of the Logo for Éirinn go Brách.

This brew is an homage to Erin Flora, Brewmaster of the former Sweet Taters in Rocky Mount.

Erin and Sweet Taters were very supportive of 217 Brew Works when we were getting started. They coloborated with us on a brew for our opening weekend.

When they lamentably had to close, we helped out by buying some of their unused ingredients. This brew was crafted from those ingredients.

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A four leaf clover was added just as the boil began to produce this delightfully rich Irish stout with flavors from roasted and rye malts.

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