Irish Clover™ – Amber Ale

Long ago, when Ireland was the land of Druids, there was a great Bishop, Patrick by name, who came to teach the word of God throughout the country. This St. Patrick—for he was indeed a saint—was well loved everywhere he went. St. Patrick used the Clover or Shamrock, to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and from that day the shamrock has been revered throughout Ireland. A four-leaf clover is considered a symbol of good luck in Irish culture. According to legend, the leaves of a four-leaf clover represent hope, faith, and love, and God added another leaf for luck. It is without a doubt, that St. Patrick used this very amber ale to win over his flock of followers.

Cicerone Notes

Clean and refreshing, aromatic mosaic and centennial hops make this amber ale standout. Using Dry English Ale yeast , a host of delightful fruity aromas and a delicate caramel maltiness shine through. Distinctly amber/red hued.

Serving Suggestions

Serve in a 16oz Munich, Tulip or Pint/Nonic glass between 45-55 degrees F.
Pairs well with Cheddar, Gouda, Munster and Peccorino cheeses, Burgers, barbecue, game, seafood, chicken, spicy dishes and pasta.

Technical Attributes

ABV 5.2% IBU’s 38.4 SRM 13.9

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