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The brand is managed and produced by Diageo. It is available in draught and cans. It is brewed in Ireland and its heritage dates back to the 14th century.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eKilkenny is similar to Smithwick's Draught; however, has less hop finish and it has a nitrogenated cream head similar to Guinness. The 'Kilkenny' name was originally used during the 1980s and 1990s to market a stronger version of Smithwick's for the European and Canadian market due to difficulty in pronunciation of the word 'Smithwick's'. It now refers to a similar yet distinct beer.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eKilkenny was brewed in St. Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny which was the oldest operating brewery in Ireland until its closure in 2013. It is now brewed at St. James's Gate brewery, Dublin.\u003csup\u003e[2]\u003c\/sup\u003e It is served in similar manner to Guinness; fully risen with a head of 3\/4 to 1\" approx. The ingredients are water, malted barley, roasted malted barley, hops, and yeast.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eWhile Ireland is the primary market for Kilkenny, Australia and Canada are the two largest importers of Kilkenny.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eKilkenny has become a favorite of Canadians, especially in Toronto's Irish pubs, and the LCBO has also seen a huge increase in sales since July, '13. Kilkenny grew in popularity after high profile Canadian stars were seen drinking it around the city\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eCOMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION\u003cbr\u003e Irish Cream Ale. Also sold as Kilkenny Draught with nitrogen.\u003cbr\u003e \"First Brewed 1710 St Francis Abbey. Brewed By Guinness In Kilkenny \u0026amp; Dublin.\"\u003cbr\u003e Ingredients: Water, Malted Barley, Roasted Malted Barley, Hops, Yeast.\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Kilkenny Draught - Nitro - 4.3% ABV, 50l Keg (88 pints)

Product Description
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The ‘Kilkenny’ name was originally used during the 1980s and 1990s to market a stronger
version of Smithwick’s for the European and Canadian market due to
difficulty in pronunciation of the word ‘Smithwick’s’.
It now refers to a similar yet distinct beer.

Kilkenny was brewed in St. Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny which
was the oldest operating brewery in Ireland until its closure in 2013.
It is now brewed at St. James’s Gate brewery, Dublin.

It is served in similar manner to Guinness; fully risen with a head of 3/4 to 1″ approx.
The ingredients are water, malted barley, roasted malted barley, hops, and yeast.[3]
While Ireland is the primary market for Kilkenny, Australia and Canada are the two
largest importers of Kilkenny.

Kilkenny is a nitrogenated Irish cream ale from the makers of Guinness, which originated in Kilkenny, Ireland. The brand is managed and produced by Diageo. It is available in draught and cans. It is brewed in Ireland and its heritage dates back to the 14th century.

Kilkenny is similar to Smithwick's Draught; however, has less hop finish and it has a nitrogenated cream head similar to Guinness. The 'Kilkenny' name was originally used during the 1980s and 1990s to market a stronger version of Smithwick's for the European and Canadian market due to difficulty in pronunciation of the word 'Smithwick's'. It now refers to a similar yet distinct beer.

Kilkenny was brewed in St. Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny which was the oldest operating brewery in Ireland until its closure in 2013. It is now brewed at St. James's Gate brewery, Dublin.[2] It is served in similar manner to Guinness; fully risen with a head of 3/4 to 1" approx. The ingredients are water, malted barley, roasted malted barley, hops, and yeast.

While Ireland is the primary market for Kilkenny, Australia and Canada are the two largest importers of Kilkenny.

Kilkenny has become a favorite of Canadians, especially in Toronto's Irish pubs, and the LCBO has also seen a huge increase in sales since July, '13. Kilkenny grew in popularity after high profile Canadian stars were seen drinking it around the city

COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Irish Cream Ale. Also sold as Kilkenny Draught with nitrogen.
"First Brewed 1710 St Francis Abbey. Brewed By Guinness In Kilkenny & Dublin."
Ingredients: Water, Malted Barley, Roasted Malted Barley, Hops, Yeast.