Beer Carlow, "O'Hara's" Irish Stout, 500 ml
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- Volume: 500 ml
Reviews of purchase Carlow, "O'Hara's" Irish Stout, 500 ml
Beer deep black color with a reddish tinge dense and creamy froth.
Taste of beer a smooth, full-bodied, with notes of espresso coffee and roasting. In the aftertaste generous notes of hops give tart bitterness, which is mixed with coffee shades.
The rich and complex flavors of beer dominate tone coffee and light notes of licorice.
Beer goes well with meats, fish and seafood, especially salmon and shellfish. In addition, a good pair of beer will be a strong flavored cheese, dry cured meat, Parma ham.
Fantastic Irish stout "O'Hara's" Irish Stout - it is a solid, sturdy classic stout, about which edition of "The Irish Times" rightly wrote that "this repeatedly awarded medals, full-bodied and extremely smooth dry Irish stout brings us back to how should actually taste stout. "It conquers all - and black color with reddish reflections and dense creamy froth, and intense aroma with notes of chocolate, coffee and roasted beans. Once it comes to taste, rich balanced palette is difficult to put into words, you know that this beer just have to enjoy!
For its unparalleled characteristics "O'Haras" Irish Stout received many awards. Among the most significant: the silver medal in the "BTI World Beer Championships" in Chicago, a bronze medal at the "Stockholm Beer Festival", the title of "Beer No.1" at the festival in Milan, won the "Championship Trophy, 2000". According to the results of a blind tasting, which was attended by 33 international experts, Stout won two gold medals at the "Millennium International Brewing Industry Awards".
Carlow Brewing Company, also known under the name of O'Hara's Brewery, founded in 1996, O'Hara family in Carlow. The development of the brewery was hard going. But through perseverance, loyalty, commitment and support of the local population O'Hara survived and created their own page in the history of brewing. In the first two years of the brewery produced beer only for the local market, and then established a small export to the UK. Landmark for Carlow Brewing Company became the year 2000, when their stout "O'Hara" won the competition two gold medals at the international competition "International Brewing Awards". This success has attracted a lot of attention to the company and allowed to gain fans both at home and abroad. By 2006, a large demand for products made to reflect on the new building with a large brewing workshop, and in August 2009 the new plant were released the first 6 500 liters of beer.
Today, the product range includes 6 main Carlow beers and some seasonal who have successfully exported to more than 20 countries. Scheduled for the next expansion of production facilities and the launch of new bottling lines and large storage space. On each bottle of beer from the Carlow Brewing Company logotype - a sword and shield Celtic war, symbolizing endurance and identity.
"We went back to basics and produce beer brewed with natural ingredients and no artificial additives. We believe that this leads to a higher quality beer has a great taste and flavor" - Seamus O'Hara, founder of the brewery.