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IRISH RED ALE

Started by Seauldhwael, April 15, 2020, 02:05:51 PM

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Seauldhwael

Hello friends, what's up.

I have brewed once an Irish Red although I live in Spain. It was tasty but I would like to learn more about the process. I love O'Hara Red and Murphy's Red. Anyone could help me with some recipes from Ireland?.

Thank you so much, appreciated for your help.

irish_goat

There's an award winning recipe in this thread. https://www.nationalhomebrewclub.ie/forum/best-recipes/gcb-red-ale-gold-medal/

Key to the style for me is getting a good level of roast flavour and a good, clean fermentation.

Seauldhwael

Thank you so much. Very kind of you. I Will try it.

Greetings.

worems

I brewed this 2 weeks ago and bottled it on Monday. I'll let you know how it turns out.

Seauldhwael

Thank you Worems, I will keep an eye! Excellent

worems

So, I've tried it in the last few days and it has turned out excellent. I probably undercarbed it but that doesn't bother me as much. Great recipe, brewing it again as we speak. Definitely worth a try.