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TODAY Saturday 4/13: Taproom CLOSING EARLY 6pm | SOLD OUT Show 7pm | Doors Open 6:30pm

Brewery Hours:
OPEN Sun 12-6pm & Wed-Sat 12-8pm

1336 Phinneys Ln, Hyannis, MA


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Shillelagh Irish Pale Ale

March 2, 2023

Availability: March 2nd 2023 – until it’s gone!

Style: Irish Pale Ale

Description: “Crushable” Pale Ale with an Irish twist

This brew is Irish through and through, designed with Irish malts, oats & 50 pounds of honey clover. Made to be easy drinking so you can enjoy more than one! This crushable Irish Pale Ale will leave you reaching for another pint. Sláinte!

Malts: Irish Ale Malt, Oat Malt, Amber Malt and 50 lbs of Clover Honey

Hops: Nugget

Food Pairing: Shepard’s Pie, and a Red Head. (grin)

Packaging (subject to availability):  16oz cans & on draft at the brewery

ABV: 5.7%   IBUs: 17 OG: 11.5 °P (1.046SG)

About the name: (from Wikipedia)
shillelagh or blackthorn stick is a wooden walking stick and club or cudgel, typically made from a stout knotty stick with a large knob at the top. It is associated with Ireland and Irish folklore.

About the label:
The shillelagh on the label was owned by the grandfather of our retail manager, Cara Lombardi. He had brought it from Ireland when he moved here. We were thrilled to be able to photograph it for the label.

The photo/landscape on the label is the Cliffs of Moher. (from Wikipedia) The Cliffs of Moher are sea cliffs located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. They run for about 8.6 miles. At their southern end, they rise 390 ft above the Atlantic Ocean at Hag’s Head, and, 4.9 miles to the north, reach their maximum height of 702 ft just north of O’Brien’s Tower, a round stone tower near the midpoint of the cliffs, built in 1835 by Sir Cornelius O’Brien, then continue at lower heights. The closest settlements are Liscannor to the south and Doolin to the north.

From the cliffs, and from atop the tower, visitors can see the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, the Maumturks and Twelve Pins mountain ranges to the north in County Galway, and Loop Head to the south. The cliffs rank among the most visited tourist sites in Ireland, with around 1.5 million visits per annum.

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