Our first collaboration with DOT Brew which is an oh so delicious Imperial Stout of which 80% has been aged in ex-15 Year Old Single Malt ex-PX Sherry cask for 10 months and then 20% has been aged in an Irish blended whiskey ex-dark rum cask for 6 months. At a hefty 9.7% this brew is bursting full o..
An exemplary Irish Red Ale, this holds many of the style's key mark traits. Expect a ruby coloured ale with a slightly fruity nose and notes of mild caramel and toasted malts in the body. At 4% ABV this is a very drinkable, very approachable red ale...
A side project of Dublin's JW Sweetman's head brewer. Made with lager malt and hops from Germany and North America which then spent 4 months of cold conditioning, to produce a softer, natural carbonation, with a smoother mouthfeel and a white fluffy head. Crisp and pure golden with an attracti..
A rather tasty American-style session IPA from White Hag Brewing in Sligo. Inspired by the mythical creature from which the beer gets its name, the flavours are influenced by their surroundings — rural hills and mountains. Expect lots of fruity hop notes balanced by 100% Irish malt, creating a delig..
A fresh take on the American Pale Ale. As expected, this is light on malts with plenty of hops leading the charge, including Lemondrop, Galaxy, Simcoe and Ekuanot. Expect a blast of citrus and passionfruit as well as fresh pine. ..
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!..
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 ..