Irish Red Ale
Although the flavor tends to lean toward malt the appearance of roasted grains evens that out. There's a light presence of hops but as true to this style it has only a light touch.
The history of this style began as an English Bitter but the Irish rendition produces it with less hops and some roasted grains.
This style is a fundamental component to most breweries.
- What's Included:
- All Malt Extracts
- All Specialty Grains
- Dry Yeast with optional liquid yeast upgrade.
- Any additional brewing adjuncts required.
- All hops needed for recipe.