Irish Red by Picaroons Traditional Ales in New Brunswick, Canada

About Irish Red by Picaroons Traditional Ales

First brewed in March 1996 for the Algonquin Resort in St. Andrews. The recipe was developed with the help of the Algonquin’s chef and was originally referred to as “The Algonquin Red,” but we had to change it because some other Algonquin beer existed. We then called it “Finian Irish Red,” but our Irish friends didn’t like it, so it finally became Picaroons Irish Red.

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Located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Picaroons Traditional Ales, brews traditional British-style ales using malted barley, hops, Ringwood yeast, & water!

Picaroons Traditional Ales makes Irish Red Irish Red Ale