Smithwick’s Irish Ale
Smithwick’s is a traditional Irish ale with a clear, ruby-red hue and creamy head. The aroma is malty, fruity and delicately floral. Smithwick’s depth of flavor comes from the hops balanced with sweet, malty notes and a hint of coffee from roasted barley.
First brewed by John Smithwick in 1710 in an ancient monastery in Kilkenny, Ireland, this flavorful ale is still one of Ireland’s best-selling brews more than 300 years later. Make sure you pronounce the name like a true Irishman. It’s pronounced “Smith-icks” or “Smitt-icks.”
Brewed by: Smithwick’s and Sons LTD.
Style: Irish red ale
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