Named after the famed scenic coastline that runs between Dungarvan and Tramore, this red ale lives up to its name by pouring an intense copper colour in the glass.
This is a smooth, fruity ale with a definite caramal character created by the use of crystal malt in the brewing process but with an added hop balance that is not always present in red ales, and which balances the sweetness of the caramel flavours.
This is a beer that works well with most meat dishes but in particular roast meats as the caramels of both the beer and the meat complement each other fantastically.
Suggested serving temperature is 'cellar temperature' which would be about 8-14°C but this comes down to personal choice - if you prefer it cooler or warmer then go for it!
As with all their beers, the bottles will contain a yeast sediment which is a by-product of the bottle conditioning process. This sediment is completely harmless and fine to drink, but if you prefer a clearer beer then leave the last drop in the bottle.