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Delicious big Imperial Red coming in at 8% ABV. Dry hopped with Citra and Cashmere.
This Irish Red Ale has a light fruity nose along with rich malt aromas and a ruby red colour
A hoppy red ale. A smash up between zesty, piney hops and sweet caramel malts.
This Flemish Red Ale is aged in Cote du Rhone wine barrels with hint of cherry notes to further the fruit character
Bay Ale is a copper coloured, traditional ale with malt and hop aromas and a smooth and well-balanced flavour.
Four Provinces first ever beer. Sessionable but with great malt-driven flavour from Irish and Belgian malts.
A medium bodied beer with a bold caramel and toffee flavour and a hint of biscuit met with a slight hop bitterness.
A ‘grand’ Irish Ale with russet red hues and a slightly malty, nutty flavour.
Like an Irishman on holidays in the Canaries, this beer has a red glow with a chilled out mellow feel.
Slieve Bloom’s Pikeman is a delicately flavoured Red Ale. It has a unique malty taste with a low level of bitterness.
Born in the west of Ireland, this malt forward traditional Irish Red Ale has notes of bread, honey, and dark fruits.
This red ale show-cases a malty, caramel & chocolate base, and an abundance of hop character.