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White Hag

White Hag

Hailing from Ballymote, Co. Sligo, the team at The White Hag Brewing Company have built quite an arsenal for themselves since setting up shop in 2014. The name White Hag originates from Ancient Irish Mythology and refers to the omniscient figure of Mother Nature. With their vast range of brews, they often pay homage to local folklore and tradition, with names such as Little Fawn and Samhain, not to mention perhaps their most daring innovative venture, the Púca Sour range. With a truly eclectic mix, from the brave and bold as well as the tested and tried, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

White Hag Little Fawn Session IPA
4 for €10
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..
€2.50
Ex Tax:€2.03
A seasonal ale to ring in the longer nights from our friends at  White Hag. This is a rich but well-balanced ale. Lightly spiced, with notes of raisin, nutmeg, and vanilla and a rich and creamy mouthfeel. The perfect brew to crack open this Halloween! ..
€3.45
Ex Tax:€2.80
White Hag Cauldron of Plenty
4 for €10
You'll be plenty full after this real treat! A robust, dark Porter with a silk-like finish from the addition of oats. Complex and flavourful with devilishly good roasted character. One to add to your usual favourites! ..
€2.50
Ex Tax:€2.03
Heavy on American hops and low on bitterness, this has tons of tropical fruit, with the oats and lactose creating a creamy mouthfeel which softens the bitterness but keeps the juicy, fruit flavours. Compared to a hopshake, this is hazy in colour with a hefty, fluffy white head. ..
€3.30
Ex Tax:€2.68
Hazy gold in colour, this has some bold citrus flavours accompanied by some pine, dank undertones. Overall this is juicy, refreshing, hop driven and nicely sessionable...
€2.50
Ex Tax:€2.03
A barrel-aged Session IPA (Little Fawn but barrel-aged essentially) in ex-Olcan barrels. Olcan was a previous White Hag release which was a Brett IPA fermented in French cask barrels. Expect a delightfully fruity, funky, spicy session IPA...
€4.40
Ex Tax:€3.58
Named after the powerful creature that is the Black Boar which plays an important part in ancient Irish history. It represents resilience, and this beer is no different — a silky Imperial Oatmeal Stout which is bold in flavour and packs a punch! At 10.2% expect roasted and bittersweet notes of coffe..
€5.60
Ex Tax:€4.55
White Hag Ninth Wave
4 for €10
Named after the barrier to the New World that lay beyond the West of Ireland, which could only be accessed by a long sea voyage. New World hops have been used for this pale ale, resulting in a balanced and very drinkable beer with hoppy and fruity notes. ..
€2.25 €2.50
Ex Tax:€1.83
Terry's chocolate orange in liquid form...White Hag have done it again and released another incredible expression from their Dark Druid range which combines decadent milk chocolate with zesty orange! A great go-to for dessert!..
€2.65
Ex Tax:€2.15
Named after the ethnic group who came to be known as the Celts. This brew is a true collaboration -- a German style brew made by Irish and French brewers!  Keltoi is a clean, crisp, delicately-balanced Kolsch style beer with a very subtle fruit and hop character. Pleasantly well-attenuated with..
€2.30 €2.50
Ex Tax:€1.87
Named after the two Wolfhounds of warrior Fionn Mac Cumhail, the Bran & Sceolan IPA is made from 100% Irish malt. Expect notes of pine and citrus along with plenty of sweet, malty flavours...
€2.30 €2.50
Ex Tax:€1.87
A limited edition collaboration between White Hag and the Johnny's Off License Group in Rome. The artwork has been done by a well-known tattoo artist in Rome, Ivan Cappelli and the name 'Malfemmena' is otherwise known as an evil woman and comes from the song 'Totò' in 1951. ..
€4.60
Ex Tax:€3.74
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