Guinness Rye Ireland500ml

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Rye Pale Ale
Rye Pale Ale boasts a peppery bite and citrus and grapefruit notes, perfectly balanced with crystal malt to leave a toasted biscuit flavour. Chilled according to preference. Brewed with rye and dry-hopped to add a subtle peppery bite and citrus flavours. A beautifully balanced beer for anyone exploring the ale category.GUINNESS®, the UK's No.1 stout from Diageo, is extending the successful Brewers Project range with the launch of GUINNESS® Rye Pale Ale, the latest beer from St. James's Gate, Dublin. Rye Pale Ale brings the unique character of GUINNESS®, to the world of pale ale, boasting a peppery bite and citrus and grapefruit notes, perfectly balanced with crystal malt to leave a toasted biscuit flavour. It is the latest new beer to be developed at the Open Gate Brewery, the experimental brewery at the heart of GUINNESS® innovation.

    Typical values

    Preparation and Usage

    Best served chilled (between 5-7ºC)

    Alcohol by volume: 5%

    Origin Information

    • Ireland
    • Brewed in Ireland

    Allergy advice

    • Contains Barley
    • Contains Barley Beer

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