This weeks exciting, St Patrick’s Day themed beer list includes: Hurlers Cross Farmhouse Saison…

This weeks exciting, St Patrick’s Day themed beer list includes: Hurlers Cross Farmhouse Saison…

This weeks exciting, St Patrick's Day themed beer list includes: Hurlers Cross Farmhouse Saison In the tradition of a Belgian style ale, where the yeast contributes to the fruity and spicy character. Hurlers Cross (Irish: Cros an Iománaí) is a small village in County Clare. The town is named for the meeting of three roads:…

This weeks exciting, St Patrick’s Day themed beer list includes:

Hurlers Cross Farmhouse Saison
In the tradition of a Belgian style ale, where the yeast contributes to the fruity and spicy character. Hurlers Cross (Irish: Cros an Iománaí) is a small village in County Clare. The town is named for the meeting of three roads: to Shannon, Ennis and Limerick.

John L. Sullivan Centennial American Pale Ale
An American interpretation of the classic Pale Ale. This Shovel Town version features Cascade and Centennial hops. John L. Sullivan “The first Irish-American hero” was known as a hard-hitting, hard-drinking boxer who ruled as boxing’s heavyweight champion from 1882 to 1892.

St Patrick’s Sunshine IPA
A juicy New England Style IPA featuring Columbus and Citra Hops and Dry Hopped with Citra. A wish to bring Sunshine to St Patrick’s Day celebrations everywhere.

Barney McGinniskin Coffee Stout
A creamy, light body Stout with Cold Brewed Coffee to complement the flavor of the grains. Barney McGinniskin was the first Irish Police Officer in Boston.

Killarney Cream Ale
Our interpretation of a cream ale only uses malts and hops to achieve a clean, slightly sweet refreshing beer. While Ireland is known for its Stouts, Irish Cream Ale heritage dates back to the 14th century.

tá blas fanaile (Tastes like Vanilla) Cream Ale
Our Cream ale with a touch of natural vanilla to complement the malt flavors.

Grafton Street Chocolate Porter
Porter is a dark style of beer developed in London from well-hopped beers made from brown malt. Our version uses Chocolate Malt as part of the grain bill and then is finished with Cacao nibs, a raw, pure form of chocolate, reported to provide some remarkable health benefits, during secondary fermentation. Ireland’s famous Butlers Chocolates first retail outlet opened on Grafton Street in Dublin City Centre.

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