The stronger version of Smithwick’s was renamed Kilkenny before its launch as the name was too hard to pronounce. Kilkenny beer is a nitrogenated Irish cream ale with a less hop finish. It is almost similar to distinct beer. The history of Kilkenny beer says that it was first brewed by St. Francis Abbey Brewery – the oldest operating brewery in Ireland. However after the place shut down and now the beer is brewed at St. James’s Gate brewery, Dublin. Serve it fully risen with a head of ¾ to 1″ approx. Get ready for a rich and creamy ale with a smooth, clean taste. A 100% Irish malt, with ruby-red colour.
- Gives you a rich taste with creamy ale flavour.
- You will get to see a distinctive ruby-red colour.
- The cream is nitrogenated and produces a head similar to Guinness.
- It contains water, malted barley, roasted malted barley, hops, and yeast.