Welcome to our collection of Jameson Stout Edition recipes! We’ve compiled some of the best recipes that incorporate this delicious whiskey and stout combination. Whether you’re a seasoned home bartender or just looking to try something new, we’ve got you covered. So sit back, relax, and get ready to mix up some tasty drinks!
Stout Old Fashioned
- 2 oz Jameson Stout Edition
- 1 tsp simple syrup
- 2 dashes Angostura bitters
- 1 oz stout beer
- Orange peel for garnish
- In a mixing glass, combine the Jameson Stout Edition, simple syrup, and bitters.
- Add ice and stir until well chilled, about 30 seconds.
- Strain into a rocks glass over ice.
- Top with the stout beer and garnish with an orange peel.
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- What is Jameson Stout Edition? Jameson Stout Edition is a whiskey that has been aged in stout-seasoned barrels, resulting in a unique flavor profile that combines the richness of stout beer with the smoothness of Jameson whiskey.
- Can I use regular Jameson whiskey instead of the Stout Edition? Yes, you can use regular Jameson whiskey in these recipes, but you’ll miss out on the unique flavor that comes from the stout barrel aging.
- What kind of stout beer should I use? Any stout beer will work, but we recommend using a dry Irish stout like Guinness or Murphy’s.
- Can I substitute honey or maple syrup for the simple syrup? Yes, you can use honey or maple syrup instead of simple syrup, but you may need to adjust the amount to taste.
- Can I make these recipes without alcohol? Yes, you can omit the whiskey and beer and still enjoy a delicious non-alcoholic drink.
If you’re looking for a new twist on classic whiskey cocktails, try using Jameson Stout Edition instead of regular whiskey. The stout barrel aging adds a unique depth of flavor that pairs perfectly with other ingredients like bitters and sweeteners.
When making a Stout Old Fashioned, be sure to use a dry Irish stout beer like Guinness or Murphy’s. These beers have a rich, roasted flavor that complements the whiskey and bitters.
If you’re a fan of coffee, try the Irish Coffee Stout recipe. The combination of whiskey, coffee, and stout beer is a match made in heaven.