Ep. 42 - George Killian's Irish Red

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Episode

We're celebrating St. Patrick's Day with one of the few Irish beers we can get in Texas: the classic George Killian's Irish Red.

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The Beer

GEORGE KILLIAN'S IRISH RED

ABV: 4.9%
IBU: None

Description: Killian's Irish Red is a traditional lager with an authentic Irish heritage, based on the Killian family's recipe created for the Killian's brewery in Enniscorthy, Ireland in 1864. Coors acquired the rights to brew and market the product in America and Killian's was introduced to the U.S. in 1981.

Killian's Irish Red derives its distinctive red-amber color and taste from a special caramel malt that has been roasted at a high temperature longer and more slowly than most malts. There are no coloring agents or artificial additives used in brewing Killian's. The brew is known for its rich amber color and thick, creamy head

Ratings:  

Beer Advocate: 71 / 100
RateBeer: 17 / 100 overall, 44 in style
Untappd: 3.22 / 5, 87,617 reviews

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