Light- to medium-bodied, compare to: Smithwick’s. (Description provided by company)
Irish Red Ale
A variation on the English Pale Ale, the Irish Red Ale leans more on the malt flavors than its English counterpart.
Ranging in color from a ruby amber to reddish copper, the Irish Red Ale gets its characteristic appearance from the inclusion of roasted barley. Malt character gives caramel, toffee and toasted malt flavors, while hop flavor and aromas are kept fairly low. A fairly dry finish, and moderately light body.
Best served cool, at 46-54 degrees, and in a pint glass or beer mug.
Rivet Irish Red Ale captures your attention the moment you fasten your gaze on its coppery red hue and breathe in its caramel aroma. This beer holds a multitude of rich, sweet flavors with a slight hint of malt tacked on for a clean, dry finish.
Complex in malt character, our red ale is an explosion of flavor. Caramel sweetness, biscuit, roasted malt, and even hints of dark fruit this beer has something for ever (Description provided by company)
As a special fall release, this Irish Red is sure to please your taste buds. It’s easy drinking but still full of flavor for you to enjoy on a Saturday afternoon while cheering the Tide to victory!
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Rum barrel aged imperial red (Description provided by company)
Traditional Irish-style ale. Deep Red/brown with a malty aroma. Light bodied, mildly sweet and clean malt flavor with just a touch of British hops trailing off to a dry and slightly roasty finish. Brewed with a combination of American and British malts and hops.
Like the nocturnal man-beast that serves as its namesake, Newcastle Werewolf has something of a split personality. Tear into a bottle or a pint and it mysteriously transforms – starting out smooth and mellow, then transforming to a bitter bite that will leave beer lovers howling for more.
The indomitable spirit of the Irish has been well documented. They’ve overcome wars, floods, famines, religious persecution and political repression. The brewers of Smithwick’s Irish Ale have also persevered since 1710.
Our flagship beer is a medium-bodied, extremely smooth Irish-Style Red Ale with an evenly roasted malt character from start to finish. (Description provided by company)
Smithwick’s is THE Irish Red Ale. Our "recent” 300 year history commenced with John Smithwick producing his first brews in 1710, thus establishing Smithwick’s legacy as “Ireland’s longest established brewer” and the “oldest working brewery in Ireland.” (Description provided by company)