Irish Red Ale

Irish Red

George Killian's Irish Red is deep ruby red in color with a dense off-white foam and has an aroma of roasted and toasted caramel characteristics with ale-like fruit esters. The brew has a taste of caramel malts to leave a well-balanced with slight lingering citrus rind and subtle sweetness finish.

Newcastle Werewolf

Legend has it that a beast roams the moors and plains of Newcastle Upon Tyne. It’s part man, part wolf, and more than a little wild— the perfect inspiration for a Limited Edition ale. Newcastle Werewolf has a dark, startling aroma, a roasty flavor, and a final taste of hops that "leaves you howling for more."

Irish Red

The gentle rain and fertile soil of Ireland helped inspire this style of ale, known for being remarkably balanced. Pale and caramel malts give Samuel Adams Irish Red its rich, deep red color and distinctive caramel flavor. The sweetness of the malt is pleasantly balanced by an earthy character from the East Kent Goldings hops. 

Conway's Irish Ale

Made of Harrington 2-row base and crystal 77 malts with northern brewer, Mt. Hood, and Wilamette hops, Conway's Irish Ale is a malty Irish ale with a notable toasty flavor derived from lightly roasted malt.