A classic Pale Ale in the American style, synonymous with the current worldwide craft beer explosion since the 1980s. It is an easy drinking beer, with a clear hop character, but not as hoppy or indeed as bitter as an IPA.
No one flavour dominates. An interplay between the fruity hop flavours and the medley of Irish and European malts defines the beer.
An easy drinking malty and slightly fruity pale ale with a subtle hop kick. A great all rounder that combines well with most main dishes, such as chicken or prawns, BBQs and pizza.
THE STORY OF THE HIGHWAYMAN
Michael Collier, notorious 19th century highwayman, was North County Dublin’s answer to Robin Hood. He was so successful that his townland was dubbed Passifyoucan. Finally arrested in 1807 in his favourite haunt The Cock, he was transported and returned home only to die of cholera! Still, the name remains.
Hops: Magnum, Mosaic, Citra,
Malts: Pale Ale, CaraHell, Munich, Acidulated.
|TYPICAL VALUES||PER 100ML|
|Energy||172kJ / 41kcal|
|Fat||less than 0,03g|