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Eight Degrees

Eight Degrees

Eight Degrees was founded by Kiwi Scott Baigent and Aussie Cam Wallace back in 2010 in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork. At the foot of the Galtee Mountains, the pair began brewing and experimenting and launched their trademark Howling Gale Irish Pale Ale at the 2011 EasterFest to rave reviews. The pair have since gone on to hone their brand and company, and now employ 10 in their Munster based brewery. Their range of drinks is extensive, including their Sunburnt Irish Red Ale and Knockmealdown Irish Stout. And the name? It originates from the eight degrees west longitude that Ireland is located, and coincidently happens to be the perfect serving temperature for their beers. 

A big bold stout aged in Jameson whiskey barrels. There’s a touch of sweet vanilla in there from the oak and lots of cocoa and dark chocolate to combine with smooth, spicy whiskey notes. Deep, dark, rich and rewarding...
€5.40
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A crisp and juicy IPA with a smooth malt body, topped off with a basket of sweet and tart tropical fruits. Expect passionfruit, ripe lychee and guava...
€3.10
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Named after the Caher peak in Kerry's MacGillycuddy's Reeks which plays reference to Fionn MacCumhaill in Irish mythology whom hunted deer, the Fianna, in the mountains. This Belgian IPA has been dry hopped with HBC 522 to create lovely strong citrus and floral notes. A very clean beer with a touch ..
€3.10
Ex Tax:€2.56
The multi award winning Full Irish IPA is brewers using 100% Irish malt along with home grown, Cork malted barley. Described as a “hoppy fruit bomb with rounded bitterness”, you can expect melon and lime with a biscuity malt base and bittersweet aftertaste...
€3.15
Ex Tax:€2.60
An adventurous pale ale, the name originates from the route to Leinster's highest mountain. A breath of fresh air, this boasts grapefruit pith and pine resin with a silky mouthfeel, and rounded bitterness. A thirst quencher for sure...
€3.15
Ex Tax:€2.60
The third release in the Eight Degrees' Irish Munro Series, takes its name from the summit of Mount Brandon on the Dingle Peninsula. The mountain gets its name from St Brendan the Navigator, whom was a travelling monk making many a pilgrimage to peach gospel. With this inspiration, the brewery has c..
€3.10
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A great tasting Porter which is dark, smooth and complex on the palate with great oak-smoked flavour and coffee notes. The source of inspiration for this beer was the Galtees mountain range which crosses through Cork, Tipperary and Limerick. 'The Black Road' is the hillwalker route to get there!..
€3.10
Ex Tax:€2.56
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