Irish Red Ale is an ale originating in Ireland that has a reddish hue from the inclusion of a small amount of roasted barley. Irish red ale is known for its unique malty taste and is on the lower side of the bitterness scale. This beer has a medium candy-like caramel malt sweetness - think of the Irish red ale as a cousin to lightly-toasted and buttered bread.
20 IBU | 5.0% abv
Standard brewing equipment is required. For extract kits, a stock pot or kettle (at least 14 litres) and a large straining bag are recommended. Additional equipment is necessary for all-grain brewing. Bitterness and alcohol by volume values are estimates and will vary depending on individual brewing processes and conditions.