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Irish Red Ale

Irish Red Ale

Most of us have beer associations with Ireland with stout and its flagship representative, Guinness. Worse, there are those who will say - "green beer on St. Patrick's Day, well ... it's a green island after all. However, we can safely say that we owe the popularity of beer in Europe to the Irish. It was the Celts, who lived peacefully on the islands, outside the northern ends of the Roman Empire, willingly and against the then continental customs, brewing and consuming beer. With the arrival of St. Patrick's Day, Ireland got to know the Christian faith and gained its patron. The new religion quickly became the dominant religion, and Irish monks traveled in large numbers to the continent. In addition to spiritual values, they brought with them one more precious gift - knowledge about brewing beer. Emerging monasteries and orders dealt with its production and perfecting the art of brewing. For centuries, it was the monks who formed a separate and valued professional group, which, constantly developing its skills, improved the quality of the drink produced. Irish Red is a fairly light beer with a moderate alcohol content, low bitterness and a distinct malt character. We can find caramel notes in it, delicate, buttery aromas may appear, and hops usually bring floral herbal aromas that only enrich the bouquet of the drink. The taste has a malty base that is associated with biscuits, grain or a light aftertaste of bread, topped with a medium-dry finish and moderate saturation.

The style of beer that draws from the rich, island brewing tradition. The name brings to mind associations with its red - copper or amber color. The beer is quite smooth with a malty character and subdued bitterness. The bouquet includes caramel or toffee notes with a complementary buttery aftertaste.

RECIPE NO.: XLVII

BC_style 

Irish Red Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Munich, Carared), roasted barley , hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 183 kJ/44 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
12
BC_BITTERNESS
22
BC_COLOR
35

Irish Red Ale

Most of us have beer associations with Ireland with stout and its flagship representative, Guinness. Worse, there are those who will say - "green beer on St. Patrick's Day, well ... it's a green island after all. However, we can safely say that we owe the popularity of beer in Europe to the Irish. It was the Celts, who lived peacefully on the islands, outside the northern ends of the Roman Empire, willingly and against the then continental customs, brewing and consuming beer. With the arrival of St. Patrick's Day, Ireland got to know the Christian faith and gained its patron. The new religion quickly became the dominant religion, and Irish monks traveled in large numbers to the continent. In addition to spiritual values, they brought with them one more precious gift - knowledge about brewing beer. Emerging monasteries and orders dealt with its production and perfecting the art of brewing. For centuries, it was the monks who formed a separate and valued professional group, which, constantly developing its skills, improved the quality of the drink produced. Irish Red is a fairly light beer with a moderate alcohol content, low bitterness and a distinct malt character. We can find caramel notes in it, delicate, buttery aromas may appear, and hops usually bring floral herbal aromas that only enrich the bouquet of the drink. The taste has a malty base that is associated with biscuits, grain or a light aftertaste of bread, topped with a medium-dry finish and moderate saturation.

The style of beer that draws from the rich, island brewing tradition. The name brings to mind associations with its red - copper or amber color. The beer is quite smooth with a malty character and subdued bitterness. The bouquet includes caramel or toffee notes with a complementary buttery aftertaste.

RECIPE NO.: XLVII

BC_style 

Irish Red Ale

BC_composition 

Water, barley malts (Pale Ale, Munich, Carared), roasted barley , hops, yeast.

BC_availability 

availability_unavailable

BC_category 

category_one_time

BC_fermentation 

fermentation_top

BC_temperature 

8-10

BC_nutritionvalues 

Energy: 183 kJ/44 kcal
Fat: <0.0 g
including saturated fats: <0.0 g
Carbohydrates: 0.0 g
including sugars: 0.0 g
Protein: 0.0 g
Salt: 0,000 g
BC_ALCOHOL
5
BC_PLATO
12
BC_BITTERNESS
22
BC_COLOR
35

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