Brewed by St. James’s Gate (Diageo)
Style: Irish Ale
Dublin, Ireland
Serve in English pint


on tap

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RATINGS: 1428   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.9/5   EST. CALORIES: 129   ABV: 4.3%
Irish Cream Ale. Also sold as Kilkenny Draught with nitrogen.
"First Brewed 1710 St Francis Abbey. Brewed By Guinness In Kilkenny & Dublin."
Ingredients: Water, Malted Barley, Roasted Malted Barley, Hops, Yeast.

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EHSRanders (2076) - Tjele, DENMARK - JUN 22, 2007
Can. Clear dark amber colour with medium creamy white mostly diminishing head. Roasted malt aroma. Sweet bitter flavor. Oily palate.

YK23 (465) - Haifa, ISRAEL - JUN 18, 2007
UPDATED: JUN 19, 2007 From tap: creamy mouthfill, weak bitterness and weak roasted notes, buttery taste, some fruity sweetness, some bready flavor, pretty watery, easy to drink, kinda ok, not more then that.

Diablo9845 (62) - Barrie, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 10, 2007
I really enjoyed this beer. Very slow drinking and beautiful appearance. Creamy, large head and caramel taste. Slightly bitter but it suited it nicely. Again, very nice ale that a truely was imersed in at the pub.

tykjen (182) - Florø, NORWAY - JUN 10, 2007
Very disappointing. Looks very nice, but tastes thin and flat, almost like cardboard. Has some malt and caramel notes, but with very low fruitiness. Sourish aroma, reminds me of baby’s wommit. Low bitterness. A bad beer with good marketing. To be avoided.

littlecarp (135) - Redding, California, USA - JUN 3, 2007
Draft: Pours dark, amber color with a foamy white head. Lightly hoppy bitter aroma. Flavor is light bitter, but finishes with a great roundy malt flavor. Finish could be a bit stronger, but it’s not bad.

TaxiDriver (1776) - Stadland, GERMANY - JUN 2, 2007
Bottle. Roasted aroma, light sweetness, a little bit burned. Red body, the head is fair lacing, small size and fully dimishing. A moderate sweetness with a short duration. The carbonation is lively, the texture is rather oily, medium body on the palate. Overall not a bad one, but the Murphys Red Ale is better

nicolascage (116) - Copenhagen (Virum), DENMARK - MAY 27, 2007
Canned with nitrogen, nice smooth, fine balance, soft malty character, a little English and a lot Irish.

ChrisTurner (209) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - MAY 24, 2007
Can (with a widget) -- Dark amber with no visible carbonation. Beautiful dense nitrohead that lasts forever and leaves lashings of lacng. Surprisingly gentle aroma of malt with a suggestion of something more earthy. Watery yet creamy mouthfeel (something to do with the widget, perhaps). More gentle maltiness in the flavour with a touch of roastedess. Very little bitterness anywhere, which makes it a tad boring but friendly.

taunusmies (377) - FINLAND - MAY 11, 2007
(Bottle) Pours clear copper-brown colour with a small head. Mouthfeel is light but not thin, also a bit carbonated and bitterish. Aroma has some sweet malts with hoppy notes of flowers and caramel. Aftertaste has some butter and cream.

Nejhleader (1574) - Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 9, 2007
not a bad beer. nice and creamy, gotta love how the nitrogen just layers these kind of beers. ruby colour, bit of a sweet aroma, its creamy texture is probably its best quality.

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