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Pours a reddish brown with a large, latte-colored head. Aroma is chocolate, roast, dark fruit. Taste is slightly roasted, caramel, spice, slight chocolate, dark fruit. Smooth.
Malty aroma. Appearance, beige/brown head, hazy, dark red colour. A very bitter taste, heavy. A long lasting bitter aftertaste.
Pours a cloudy golden orange, with a big pilowy white head, which slowly deflates to a lingering lace. A full aroma of spice, malt sweetness and a certain unmistakable eathy...
Full on hoppy Double IPA. Upfront pine resin, mango and passion fruit on a chewy body. Long boozy and hop bitter finish.
Blacks of Kinsale Model T Black Stout is the latest release from Blacks of Kinsale brewery. Creamy Irish Stout with rich coco and complex but mellow maturity.
Blacks of Kinsale Session Ale is a crisp, light, refreshing easy going ale at only 3.5% ABV but packed with lots of hops.
Toasty, chocolate and coffee aromas. Taste is sweet and toasty with a smooth medium body. Dark chocolate and coffee finish.
Re-brewed as a spring seasonal, this beer – which appeared originally as an Equity Punk shareholder creation – retains its trademark spicy, fruity edge. A perfect blend of Belgian saison...
Start with a colossal grapefruit aroma. Pile on bitterness after thumping bitterness, and ride the anarchy wherever it takes you. The caramel razor is sharp, but the resinous bite drills...
This is lager reborn, a taste sensation for the 21st century. Brewed with 100% malt and a juggernaut of hops, this cold-conditioned king lies until the perfect moment. Expect the...
This IPA has a light and pale golden body, which defies its punchy strength. The beer is savagely bitter, and explodes with a powder keg of citrus, stone fruit and...
Sink the Bismarck is a quadruple IPA that contains four times the hops, four times the bitterness and frozen four times to create at a staggering 41% ABV. This is...
This is one of the worlds strongest ever beers.No Penguins were harmed in the making of this beer; some humans did get very, very cold though. It was worth it.The...
A breezy, tart, dry hopped sour ale Effortlessly cool, breezy and undeniably compelling. A thrilling jolt of tartness up front opens onto a riot of tropical fruit, courtesy of...
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout is a modern take on the Imperial Stout style, once made exclusively for Catherine the Great. Three mashes are used to brew each batch of this...
Brooklyn Intensified Coffee Porter starts as a big, chocolatey ale, ready to take on super powers. The first power is gained from months of aging in Kentucky bourbon barrels. The...
Brooklyn Summer Ale is a modern rendition of the "Light Dinner Ales" brewed in England throughout the 1800's right up until the 1940's. They were also called "luncheon ales" or...
Bru Dubh is Ireland's first Nitro Stout. Pour it hard to achieve the best head, just tilt the bottle upside down and enjoy the dark, roasty flavours.
Single hop india pale ale
Brazen amber ale combines the flavours and aromas of classic earthy hops, the caramel warmth of malt, a fruity sweetness imparted by a fine yeast and caps it off with...
Roasted malts imparts dark chocolate, rich caramel and coffee flavours. The dark malt base is perfectly balanced with juicy, citrus hops. The name of this beer is inspired by the...
Rowers Red Ale is a celebration of malts that has a fruity and aromatic finish. Pouring to a ruby red colour, we use a generous blend of sweet malts to...
Water used in the brewing is drawn from the Silent Valley alongside carefully selected hops, which then get matured for a full lager taste.
Brewed by the Dubuisson Brewery, Surfine, is a traditional Belgian saison. They use three malts, three Belgian hops, and three types of yeast to give us this saison. ABV: 6.5%...
Saison Style Beer with sweet orange peel and thyme ABV - 6.9%
Tasting notes: On the nose this beer has what you would expect of a wheat beer, with a hint of the classic banana and clove combination, but on tasting the biscuity...
100% single Irish malt. 100% made using our new grain silo and mill. 100% bare naked Irish malted barley, no specialty malt. 100% American aroma hops. 100% only on draught...
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTIONThis beer has been inspired by the memories of young student days spent by the brewer Giedrius Valančius in Berlin. The aim of producing light beer employing all brewer’s...
CONNEMARA BLACK IPA ABV: 6% Special Brew vegan friendly
Inspired by the sunny summer of 2013, our gold ale is a gently refreshing beer, golden coloured, lightly hopped and brewed with a mix of malted wheat and barley.
Independent Stout is a vanilla milk stout. Smooth and full bodied, with hints of chocolate, coffee and vanilla. ABV 4.5%
Our pale ale is a hoppy, vibrant beer, brimful of taste and flavour, the rye in the malt bill blends with the bitter spiciness of the hops for a refreshing...
An international red ale, deep and dark in colour, it has the traditional malty backbone of an Irish red ale and is hopped with a combination from New Zealand and...
Jack Cody's Black Jack is a easy and smooth drinking cream stout which is light on hops. abv. 4,6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTIONWe have blended the finest malts & hops for this fine beverage - It’s the room, the sun and the sky...
Puck Pilsner is a crisp refreshing beer made with pilsner malt and fresh Boyne valley water.. Abv. 4.5%
This blonde ale gets its complex malt character from several specialty malts and a touch of wheat, balanced with just the right amount of fruity hop flavour. Abv.:4.7%
A spin on an American-style India Pale Ale artfully employs speciality malts to produce a red-orange colour without a heavy malt character. Light-bodied and dry, this beer effuses bold flavours...
It is a powerful American-Style IPA that is big on malt body and big on C hops. 6.2% abv.
Otway is a take on an American Pale Ale - lower in alcohol but still big in flavour. A refreshing hop bite finishes with a touch of biscuit.
This is our unique version of an ancient style. A style as old as the ocean trade routes of the last centuries of Great Ships. Not as old as the...
This is not the original Pale Ale as brewed in far away 1993 in the back of the Old House of Richards Building in West Marin hamlet of Forest Knolls...
Everyone’s jounery is unique to them, and finding your passion is something only you can do. Crack this open to discover ours: real beer and innovation. With a light orange...
Things were getting a bit squirrely over here; it must be the trays upon trays of macadamia nuts we hand-roasted for this beer. Some would say we’ve gone nuts –...
We don’t need to conceal where our beer comes from – no meergers, buy outs or shell corporations here, just a small, family-owned brewery in Sligo, Ireland building on a...