Based on Irish brewery tradition with a malt taste. History says Saint Patrick had his own brewer and medieval Irish monasteries followed his lead. In 17th century, beer production was considered a household industry, mostly managed by the ‘alewives’. Fragrance: moderate, generally caramel. Copper coloured. Froth is white to toasted coloured. Taste is sweet, malt caramel. The final taste is of a slight toasted grain with its characteristic dryness. Mouth-feel: medium body. Moderate carbonation, soft and easy to drink.