George Killian's Irish Red

Lager, Premium

144 fl. oz.

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Established 1864. In the tradition of George Killian Lett, Enniscorthy, Ireland. My great-grandfather perfected the art of slow-roasting caramel malts to create a ruby beer known for its remarkable color and smooth, bold taste. Although we don't deliver the barrels by horse and dray anymore, George Killian's Irish Red is still crafted with care based on my family's recipe. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I do. - George Killian Lett. Irish people are passionate about many things and one of them is beer. Our family came into this business back in 1864 when we pioneered one of the first red beers at GH Lett & co, the oldest independent brewery in Ireland. People often ask me, that beautiful ruby color - how does it come about? I'm always happy to tell them that it's the special slow roasting of the caramel malts that does it. The slower the roasting, the richer the color and the smoother the flavor. That's why we roast our malts for more than half a day. We're very proud of the fact that something that started back in Ireland in the 1860s carries on here in the United States. There are so many places where the past has all but disappeared. Isn't it lovely to know that some great traditions live on? - George Killian Lett. Great beer, great responsibility. Product of USA.

Warnings

Government Warning: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic, beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

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