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Ah, Irish beer! One sip and you'll be feeling that warm Irish welcome. This brew was practically invented to go with hearty Irish food and merry Irish music. Irish beer tends to be easy-drinking, smooth, and malty - the perfect pint after a long day. Red ales like Smithwick's and lagers like Harp or Kilkenny will have you singing Danny Boy in no time. And you can't forget Guinness! That cascading velvet-like foam and slightly bittersweet roastiness is iconic. Beer Label Art, Beer Tag, Irish Beer, Danny Boy, Festival Chic, Irish Food, Irish Music, Easy Drinks, Beer Tasting

Ah, Irish beer! One sip and you'll be feeling that warm Irish welcome. This brew was practically invented to go with hearty Irish food and merry Irish music. Irish beer tends to be easy-drinking, smooth, and malty - the perfect pint after a long day. Red ales like Smithwick's and lagers like Harp or Kilkenny will have you singing Danny Boy in no time. And you can't forget Guinness! That cascading velvet-like foam and slightly bittersweet roastiness is iconic.

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Sveta Mosendz
Let me tell you about Irish Red Ales. These are medium-bodied, malty beers with a light copper to reddish-brown color. They often have a toasty, caramel-like sweetness from the use of roasted barley.  While Irish Reds are malt-focused, they still have enough hops to balance out the sweetness. The hop bitterness is moderate and the aroma is earthy or floral. Overall, these beers are easy-drinking with subtle complexity.  The style originated in Ireland, but it’s brewed by craft breweries all.... Ireland Pubs, Red Beer, Irish Beer, Beer Friends, Easy Drinks, Light Copper, Irish Pub, Craft Brewery, Reddish Brown

Let me tell you about Irish Red Ales. These are medium-bodied, malty beers with a light copper to reddish-brown color. They often have a toasty, caramel-like sweetness from the use of roasted barley. While Irish Reds are malt-focused, they still have enough hops to balance out the sweetness. The hop bitterness is moderate and the aroma is earthy or floral. Overall, these beers are easy-drinking with subtle complexity. The style originated in Ireland, but it’s brewed by craft breweries…

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Joelle Bartels