Seamus and team at Brehon have been one of our favourite partners for quite a while now. They are a tiny outfit based amongst the soft rolling drumlins (wee hills) of south Monaghan in Ireland. They produce only small quantities of exceptionally characterful beers across a wide range of styles.
If you love traditional ales, this case was tailored for you. A dry Irish stout that has a cult following here, an Irish Red Ale, and a biscuity flavoured blonde ale that makes you want to tell Champagne were it to shove all those "biscuity" descriptors! These are truly excellent and authentic examples of what Farmhouse ales are all about.
Nestled amongst the rolling Ulster countryside, in a county of drumlins and stony grey soils is the Brehon Brewhouse. Brehon is a small set of old Irish homesteads rattling quietly away to turn out beers that effortlessly reflect the surroundings in which they’re made.
Seamus McMahon and the team hum away with great care and affection taking the imbiber to a rain lathered field of unspoiled green grass! So green and unspoiled, in fact, that the milk that Seamus and the team turn out from their herd of cattle makes its way into one of Ireland's famous cream and whisky-based drinks.
Slainte agus Muineachán Abú!View the Brehon Brewhouse page