Wexford Irish Cream Ale
Wexford Irish Ale comes in a can with a widget which releases nitrogen when the beer is opened. Nitrogen is usually reserved for stouts, but Wexford uses the nitrogen to give the beer a creaminess and long lasting, thick head complemented by a soft orange tint and a caramelized, toffee like nose. This beer should be savored so as to enjoy the sweet and fruity aspects, which are more prevalent here than in most examples of the style. Additionally, the hop profile is very low and almost nonexistent in terms of bitterness.
Awards & Accolades
- 93, DRAFT (Online)
History of Wexford Irish Cream Ale
Wexford Irish Cream Ale is based on a traditional Irish recipe from Wexford, Ireland which dates back to 1810. Wexford uses only the finest ingredients to ensure a smooth, mellow creaminess. Best served slightly chilled to be smooth and refreshing.