Toit Red Ale

A full bodied, Irish red ale

If that toast is anything to go by, you know that you can’t have an Irish brewer without him insisting on a couple of Irish beers on tap. (All for him to drink, of course!)

This one is a dark beer, in which the malt and hop characters are beautifully balanced, giving you a little taste of caramel sweetness, offset perfectly by the bitterness derived by combining a variety of Noble hops from two different countries. A complex and delicious beer, we had to force our brewer to share this one with the public.


Aroma A delightful mix of the aromas of pine/grapefruit/raisins, which come from the malts and the hops used.
Mouthfeel Containing a moderate level of carbonation, this one has a medium to medium-full body feel.
Appearance Reddish in colour, ranging from clear to brilliant.
Flavour Has a moderate to high hop flavour. The bitterness comes from the variety of hops used.
Commercial examples Pyramid Broken Rake, St. Rogue Red Ale, Anderson Valley Boont Amber Ale, Bell's Amber
"Here’s to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold beer – and another one!"
– St. Patrick’s Day Toast