This double strength Irish red Ale hits the senses with malt, notes of caramel and a hint of peat smoke. It is named bog ale due to the traditional way of making this beer from the soft waters of the bog lands located in the Irish northwest, brewed in coppers (direct- fired kettles) to create the malty, toffee and caramel edge to the flavour. It’s warming and full-bodied, a little chewy and intense on the palate. - Learn more about The White Hag Irish Brewing Co.
White Hag Brewing are tucked away in Ballymote, in the Irish county of Sligo. The team is made up of three- the Brewmaster Joe Kearns, the Storyteller Pádraig Staunton and the Bean Counter Paul Mullin. They’re a mysterious bunch taking their name from ancient Irish Mythology where the mysterious White Hag is a witch, a chameleon creature and even Mother Nature herself. What they take from this is the Irish spirit which they channel into the making of their beers. These vary from adaptations of traditional Irish brews to their own versions of classic styles from around the world. View the The White Hag Irish Brewing Co. page