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This Irish Red Ale has a light fruity nose along with rich malt aromas and a ruby red colour
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 well grounded three dimensional Red ale from Mayo’s favourite Reel Deel
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.