Clonmel 1650

Clonmel 1650
Clonmel 1650

Clonmel 1650 is an Irish beer with a strong character. Named after a historic battle that took place in 1650 in the village of Clonmel, it is a pale lager type lager. Refreshing, it is nevertheless not found everywhere…

Taste Clonmel 1650

An Irish beer that goes off the beaten track

Forget about brunettes, amber and redheads. The Clonmel 1650 goes back to basics and offers a well-balanced lager with subtle hints of hops. More specifically, it’s a pale lager in the pils style. The beer has a titre of 4.3%, which makes it a light, fine and fruity beer.

There are German influences, far from the usual Irish flavours.

It is, however, a beer brewed in Ireland. It is usually found in the city’s irish pubs (Clonmel in County Tipperary), as well as in pubs like Belfast in Northern Ireland.

This is a good alternative if you want to change from the traditional stouts (such as Guinness or Murphy’s), and switch to an Irish lager.

An ideal beer to cool down in the summer when it is very hot. The price is between 5 and 7 euros per pint, depending on the establishment you choose.

This beer is currently not sold in supermarkets. It is only available in pubs, and is served on draught for optimal quality.

L’abus d’alcool est dangereux pour la santé. A consommer avec modération.

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