Irish Red Ale is an amorphous beer style beloved by Maritimers: toasty and sweet with firm bitterness, it’s a style that’s rare in the rest of Canada. This one pours a sparkling, clear copper with a delicate digestive biscuit and caramel nose — those flavours follow into the sip balanced by light tobacco notes and firm bitterness. Serve with any caramelized dishes, or try fish 'n' chips for some East Coast flavour.
Big and hoppy, but nicely balanced by the maltiness; smoothly bitter with citrus and apricot aromas, bold flavours and a lingering finish.
Hazy pale golden, lovely floral quality with notes of coriander and orange peel; good depth and complexity finishing dry and clean, readying you for the next quaff.
5 separate hop varieties go into this deep amber-coloured ale. It shows a persistent creamy head with intense citrus, green herbal and malty aromas. Richly rounded flavours reveal malty and fruity sweetness with good weight, smooth texture and pronounced bitterness on the long finish.
Reddish amber tinged in the glass with toasty, nutty and smoky aromas, initial fruity sweetness then burnt roasted character, followed by mellow fruit cake flavour, rich creaminess and finishing with emphatic bitterness. A characterful, complex brew.