Extinct Beers

We have an extensive list of brews that are gone but not forgotten. Seasonal beers, limited editions, small batches, loved by many, the last drop of these beers have been enjoyed and now extinct. But who knows, as science and technology improve, some of these may be resurrected from the dead.

2014 – Fresh Hopped Blonde Ale

Style: Blonde Ale
4.8% ALC

Made using all Irish ingredients. We start with a grain bill of 100% Irish Ale Malt from Malting Company of Ireland. The beer is hopped using all of our own hops grown in Roundwood This years batch has a blend of Cascade, Perle, Nugget, and Prima Dona. The hops are added late in the boil to capture the subtle flavor and aromas from the hops. As this is a special harvest ale, the beer will never taste the same from year to year, as we plant newer varieties of hops and the harvest yeilds increase the brews will be unique every time.

2015 – Fresh Hop Irish Pale Ale

Style: Irish Pale Ale
4.7% ALC

The name reflects the fact this is a beer using only Irish ingredients. Using a blend of six different hops, all of which were grown on the brewery’s hop farm in Roundwood Co Wicklow, as well as Irish ale yeast, Irish barley and Irish water, it's a golden Irish ale with toasted biscuit, citrus and mild spice hop tones.

2016 Fresh Hop Golden Ale

Style: Golden Ale
5.6% ALC

The third annual Wet Hopped Locavore Beer. This beer is brewed using only Irish Barley and Freshly Harvest Irish Hops grown on our own farm on the shoulders of the Wicklow Mountains. A sweet, malty ale that delivers orange, hoppy pine and citrus finish.

2017 Fresh Hop Farmhouse Ale

Style: Pale Ale
5.7% ALC