Brú Rí Irish Craft IPA

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alc./vol:
5%

Proof:
10°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
No age statement

Closure: Crown cap

Product of: Product of Ireland (Eire) Ireland (Eire)


Named after the last King of Ireland Brian Boru (Rí is an ancient Gaelic word for King). Brú Rí is brewed with Irish Pale and Munich Malt, Goldings, Citra, Summit and Cascade hops. The brewers say, “Ths IPA is a crisp refreshing bitter ale, with a blast of citrus, pine and floral scents on the nose”

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 31/07/2016

Appearance

Hazy, deep amber with thin but retentive ivory white head and light lacing.

Aroma

Bready malt, pine and orange peel.

Taste

Caramel and brown bready malt, assertive but not overpowering bitter piney hops with some grassy notes, zesty orange and light earthiness.

Aftertaste

Dry and bready with earthy lightly bitter pine and orange marmalade.

Overall

Heavy and bready with hop notes that are assertive but perhaps a tad subdued for an IPA.

Further product information

Barcode UPC: 5 392000 092242

More about Brú Rí IPA

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