A typical beer garden style of beer, the Hefeweizen has a tangy, light and fruity flavour with just a touch of bitterness. An unfiltered pale wheat beer, this Hefeweizen should be partly cloudy, shining silky gold under a really strong head of foam.
Irish Red Ale is a wee rippin, pint swilling crowd pleaser that has a reddish hue from the inclusion of Gladfields Redback specialty malt. A smooth, easy drinking ale which traditionally has very little hop character, this recipe is noted for both its malt and hop profile. Best enjoyed with a lower carbonation.
For a long time, brewers referred to this imposing beer as the Dark Lager or Lager Who Must Not Be Named. Only brewers versed in the Dark Arts had attempted to make it and some had fallen… probably to Dementors. Our head brewer (let’s just call him Barry Potta), an unlikely hero, felt it was time to unleash the unknown. Was he being brave or just foolish? Behold, the Dark Lord has returned!
The chocolate and roasted barley dictate the flavour of this Imperial stout that orders the Summit and Cascade hops notes to march over the pallet leaving you gobsmacked at this magnificent beer you have created. With a perfect bitterness from the dark roasts and full bodied aroma, your friends will be saying “Yes Sir” to another pint.
Big, blonde and buxom is this style of this Belgian Strong Ale. Her warm embrace suggests potential alcohol and the promise of a good night indeed! A single and simple hop addition allows the purity of the base malt to shine, which is why we’ve chosen the best European Pilsner malt possible.
Back in the early 1800’s, strong and flavoursome Irish beer styles, namely the Stout, became popular amongst the Irish clans. Father Flanagan’s tendency towards the good drop led him on a holy quest to perfect his recipe of the deliciously, creamy dark drink. So happy did his research make him, and how lively the village folk thought his new Stout inspired sermons were, that his recipe became part of the Flanagan legacy. Drink it with pride!
A great all-around beer. Easy to brew our English Brown combines Maris Otter Pale malt, chocolate and crystal malts with traditional Fuggles hops. It’s mild enough for light beer drinkers, but has enough character for more experienced brewers and beer lovers who enjoy a malt-driven English beer.
This classic American Amber brings together a moderately brisk hop flavour combined with a full bodied and balanced malt back bone. This Amber is coppery golden in colour, full bodied and combined with fresh Cascade hops, this beer makes a refreshing pint that is enjoyable all year-round.