Pigeon House DNEIPA

Looking across Ringsend on the southside across the Dublin Bay the view towards the Poolbeg peninsula lies the Pigeon House. Named after John Pidgeon, the caretaker who was helped outfit builders while the Great South wall was built circa 1760. A fort, restaurant, hotel and power station have all occupied this reclaimed land which has been an integral part of Irish history.

This is the big brother of the Poolbeg Haze. A similar recipe with more. More grain, more hops, more dry hopping and more time to get this cracker of a beer to the 8% ABV. So amazing with it’s strong fruity notes on the tongue and fantastic aroma on the nose. Enjoy!