dominant flavours are provided by the speciality malts giving the colour, the
biscuity roasted grain flavours and the deep red malty hues when the beer is
held up to the light. The hops provide medium bitterness to balance the
maltiness, but the focus is mainly on the malt so the hop aroma is very low.
Irish Red Flavour: Medium maltiness and roasted malt.
Irish Red Key Facts: Alcohol: 4.5% ABV Bitterness: 24 IBU (noticeable) Hop Aroma: Low OG & FG: 11 °P & 2.5 °P Colour: 30 EBC