St. Patrick’s Day is coming. Did we make you double check the calendar? Good.

Yes it’s February. But that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying an early taste of March 17th courtesy Bellingham’s Boundary Bay Brewing.

Simply named Irish-style Red Ale, Boundary Bay’s interpretation of the traditional Irish Red is back for another year.

Brewery Description

With a deep red hue, our Irish Red Ale is an easy drinking, smooth, lighter-bodied ale with a medium to low hop bitterness and a toffee-like, roasted, dry, yet malty, clean finish.

Boundary Bay Brewery has produced this Irish Red Ale in the spirit of Bellingham community and the Bellingham St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

image sourced from Boundary Bay Brewing's website Beer Geek Specifications

  • hops: Perle, Fuggles and Cascade
  • malts: 2-Row, Pilsner, Munich, Vienna and Roasted Barley
  • 4% ABV

Available in pints, 22 ounce bottles, and growlers; you should expect to see this on the shelves at specialty bottleshops, or at Boundary Bay’s Brewpub. As always if you don’t see this on the shelves, ask your grocer to get some!

Cheers

About Boundary Bay Brewing

The Boundary Bay approach to beer is to render excellent examples of classic styles. In some cases--such as with our IPA, Imperial IPA and Imperial Oatmeal Stout--we push the envelope and make a very big and flavorful brew. Like a new kind of music, it may take a few samplings to build your palate but soon you will be coming back for more.

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