5-Core Craft Beers - House Brews
Ironclad Dark Stout
This rich stout is named for the CSS Jackson, an ironclad warship built in Columbus. Launched in December of 1864, the Jackson was still incomplete when she was burned in order to avoid capture a few months later, in April of 1865. She lived on the bottom of the Chattahoochee River until the 1960’s, when her remains were recovered. The Jackson now rests at the National Civil War Naval Museum here in Columbus.
This full bodied stout is made in the best of British traditions. With a rich, creamy head and a coffee taste and aroma, it is sure to please the dark beer drinkers. When having the sampler, try this one last. The Ironclad works well with beef dishes and could be considered a dish of its own.