Say "Sláinte" with O’Hara’s Irish craft beers.
Food Loves Beer Editors
O’HARA’S IRISH STOUT
O’Hara’s flagship Irish Stout, with its deep black color and thick creamy head, is a full-bodied, traditional stout. It has a rich complex coffee aroma with light liquorice notes, and robust roasty espresso flavors throughout. The generous addition of Fuggle hops lends a tart bitterness to the dry finish.
Serve in a pint glass or O'Hara's tulip glass at 43-50 F.
Suggested Food Pairings: This sessionable beer complements the tangy, chocolaty flavor of Cahill’s Irish Porter cheese and also pairs well with smoked salmon and dry cured meats.
O’HARA’S IRISH RED
Irish red ales are renowned for their caramel-nutty sweetness, which O’Hara’s balances with a fruity hop aroma and a subtle bitterness in the finish.
Serve in a pint glass or O'Hara's tulip or conical glass at 43-46 F
Suggested Food Pairings: We love O’Hara’s Irish Red with Mossfield Organic Gouda as well as with Gleann Óir goat cheese. It's also a delicious accompaniment to roast beef and winter stews.
O’HARA’S IRISH PALE ALE
O’Hara’s Irish Pale Ale melds the tradition of English IPA’s fullness and balance with American IPA’s intense dry hopping to create the best of both worlds. Amarillo hops lends a fruity orange aroma, while Cascade provides the signature grapefruit bitterness.
Serve in a conical glass at 43-46 F.
Suggested Food Pairings: Enjoy O’Hara’s Irish Pale Ale with Cooleeney Farmhouse Cheese, as well as spicy foods, barbecue, or shellfish.
O’HARA’S LEANN FOLLÁIN
Leann Folláin pours opaque black with a tan head, and has a mild mocha aroma. This luxurious stout has bold flavors of black coffee and bakers chocolate with a hint of vanilla, followed by a classic European hop bitterness in its finish that gives it a refreshing bite after the chocolate subsides.
Serve in a goblet or O'Hara's conical glass at 43-46 F.
Suggested Food Pairings: It's the perfect companion for Cashel Blue’s full, rich flavor, but if you prefer a less pungent cheese, enjoy Leann Folláin with Crozier Blue. It's also great with dark meats like venison or beef.
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