This red beer is without a doubt a nod to the Irish and to this celebration held all over the world in March every year.
It offers notes of toast, coffee and leaves a beautiful roundness in the mouth. Its slight bitterness allows plenty of room for roasted cereal, reminiscent of an autumn day spent in the field. The Irish yeast and a low carbonation give this beer all the well-deserved pleasure for the papillae thirsty to travel to other continents.
Cheers! Long live St. Patrick's Day...all year round!