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 | 4.5% abv

Makes 23 litres of beer.

Standard brewing equipment is required, including a stock pot or kettle (at least 14 litres). Bitterness and alcohol by volume values are estimates and will vary depending on individual brewing processes and conditions.

Irish Red Ale Extract Recipe Kit