Crannóg Hell's Kitchen Organic Irish Ale

Crannóg Hell's Kitchen Organic Irish Ale

Rated 3.320 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Crannóg Ales

Sorrento, British Columbia, Canada

Style:  Irish Ale

5.2% Alcohol by Volume

48 International Bittering Units

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This rich Irish Red Ale is made with organic potatoes for an exceptionally smooth, rich body. It is extraordinarily rich in malt flavour, with just the right amount of hop finish. Hell's Kitchen (named after a famous Irish ghetto) incorporates its Irish roots.

ID: 15945 Last updated 10 years ago Added to database 17 years ago

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Overall Rank9383
Overall Percentile80.8
Style Rank39 of 287
Style Percentile86.4
Lowest Score3.6
Highest Score4.0
Average Score3.800
Weighted Score3.320
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • MITCHFORGIE 683 reviews
    rated 4.0 11 years ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 8

    Dark Orange, crimson tinged. Not a late seventies song lyric... Decent head lingers for quite a bit. Laces well. Has a distinct aroma, sweet cinamon maybe? maybe some kind of herb, some kind of basil or dill. Slight lemon zest. Honey, definately honey. Something flowery, maybe a white flower of somekind, dont really know much about flowers. But Potato? Trying to find it....want to at least make an analogy that involves potatos, best I can do..... potato soup with wilted green onion.......yup, best I can do, but maybe thats better. I bought one to try it and had 4 more so it must be good.

  • LENUSIK 2067 reviews
    rated 3.6 13 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 7

    Most people associate potatos with a nice Russian Vodka, and considering the Irish potato famine, who would have thought that it would be great for beer. The beer is clear, amber in colour. The bartender poured in such a way to prevent any decent head from forming. The aroma was earthy with some caramel hints. The dry flavour was a turn-off at first, but it gradually improved.

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