17th of March is finally that day of the year, St. Patrick’s Day! This holiday is celebrated extensively in Ireland; however, the Dutch are catching up fast! With this gorgeous collection of craft beers, you get to experience the world of Irish beers for yourself!
Brehon Brewhouse Crann Beatha Vintage 2019 (10,0%): De Crann Beatha is a whiskey-barrel aged imperial stout. Crann Beatha is seen as the beacon for the Brehon Brewery.
Brehon Brewhouse Seisiún (3,5%): A light session pale ale full of citrus tones with a complementary soft bitter. This session pale ale brings refreshing passionfruit and mango flavours to your pallet.
Brehon Brewhouse Blonde (4,3%): A delicious thirst-quenching beer which not only has fresh hoppy aroma’s, but also brings malty tones to the table.
Galway Hooker India Pale Ale (5,5%): An actual traditional India Pale Ale van Galway Hooker. This beer is full of citrus and tropical flavours.
Galway Hooker Irish Stout (4,5%): This traditional stout beer has malt and coffee aromas. It doesn’t get any more traditional than this.
Galway Hooker Irish Pale Ale (4,3%): A lovely fresh Pale Ale which brings gorgeous floral aromas. This Pale Ale is the original and first pale ale and provides the drinker a pleasant fruity and citrusy hop flavour, a must for this St. Patrick´s Day Special set!
Porterhouse Brewing Co. Celebration Stout (6,5%): The celebration stout is an ode to the stout beer style. This beer is as dark as the night and brings the drinker traditional flavours: coffee, chocolate, and dark fruit.
Porterhouse Brewing Co. Yippie IPA (5,0%): A beautiful, well balanced, American styled IPA. The Yippie IPA has a golden colour and is brewed with 6 different types of hops, giving it its remarkably fresh flavours.
Porterhouse Brewing Co. Oyster Stout (4,6%): The Oyster Stout lives up to its name, the beer is brewed with fresh oysters. The beer is less heavy in both flavour and colour than most Irish stouts. Despite the stout flavours, the distinctive oysters’ flavour is clearly present. The oyster stout contains less alcohol than the plain porter and is, thanks to the oysters, sweeter. This makes the oyster stout the perfect beer to pair with seafood.
Porterhouse Brewing Co. Plain Porter (4,2%): The plain porter is brewed with 5 different types of malt, which makes the plain porter surprisingly fitting for these days. Provided, the plain porter being a stout, the beer is uncommonly accessible. This is due the diverse bitter hops which gives the beer some beautiful hop aromas.
Porterhouse Brewing Co. Red Ale (4,2%): With the use of specially selected malts and hops, the Red Ale of Porterhouse is resulted to be a complex but fruity ale. Full of flavour but still as thirst-quenching as you expect from this type of beer!
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