Eight Degrees - Sunburnt - Irish Red - 5.0% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)
Price Above is Keg Only - Vat Included
No Tap Included - Store Pickup
Steel 62.45 kg full
Diameter Ø 394mm Height 532mm
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Like an Irishman on holidays in the Canaries, this beer has a red glow with a chilled out mellow feel. A traditional Irish style with a twist, the subtle caramel notes are balanced with a hoppy aroma.
Goes really well with roast pork, lamb burgers or a venison stew and don’t miss a chance to try it with a rich washed-rind cheese. But beware: keep out of direct sunlight.
2018 World Beer Awards – Gold
2015 Great Taste Awards – two gold stars
2014 Global Craft Beer Awards – Silver
Short description: traditional, with a twist – orange marmalade on toast – gentle bitterness
Style: Irish Red Ale
Malt: Irish pale malt, Cara, Munich
Hops: Nugget, Pacifica, Cascade
Strength: 5% ABV
Bitterness: 69 IBUs
Tasting notes: Colour/appearance: pours a rich red colour with a light tan head.
Aroma: burnt caramel notes and a hint of hoppy citrus.
Flavour: toasty caramel flavours are balanced with a soft hop bitterness. Think orange marmalade on toast.
Aftertaste: gentle bitter finish.
Food pairings: Serve with a cheese and charcuterie platter: there are enough hops here to stand up to sharp Hegarty’s cheddar cheese and cut through the richness of Gubbeen chorizo. Buttery, rich cheese, whether it has a bloomy rind – eg Cooleeney Farmhouse Cheese, Wicklow Baun – or a washed rind like Cais Rua work well here, the carbonation in the ale effectively cleaning the palate between each bite. Lamb – sweet and ever so slightly fatty – is also a good pairing. Match with a traditional Irish stew or make some lamb burgers, with lots of rosemary, and let the Sunburnt Irish Red shine through.
Eight Degrees Brewing, Unit 3, Coolnanave Industrial Park, Mitchelstown, Co Cork, Ireland.