IRISH MUNRO Series #6: Devil’s Ladder Belgian Tripel aged in sherry casks
ABV 11.5% 24x440ml cans
IRISH MUNRO Series #6: Devil’s Ladder
Belgian Tripel aged in sherry casks
As the red sun descends on another year, our final Munro beer showcases Ireland’s tallest mountain, Carrauntoohil, the central peak in the MacGillycuddy Reeks.
A truly inspirational and rewarding climb, the most common ascent is via the Devil’s Ladder. En route you pass such evocative landmarks like the Howling Ridge, the Bones, Eagle’s Nest, Hag’s Glen and Heavenly Gates. There’s an alternate route up via Brother O’Shea’s Gully – namesake of our head brewer Dan – and a third route up via Caher, a spectacular ridge walk traversing a dramatic ridge above Coomloughra Lough.
A Cnoc Mór deserves a Beoir Mór, so we have produced a big Belgian Tripel to celebrate the three challenging ascents up Ireland’s tallest peak. The beer is pale gold, with a gentle Belgian yeast profile: think soft bananas esters, cloves and spice. We finish it in sherry oak butts, which add sweet vanilla, dried fruit and Christmas cake notes to this beautiful beast of a beer.
Tasting notes, including food pairings: IRISH MUNRO Series #6: Devil’s Ladder Belgian Tripel aged in sherry casks