Lacada Rathlin Gold Pale Ale Lacada Rathlin Gold Pale Ale is named after the golden hares on Rathlin Island, offshore from Ballycastle. The hares have evolved, because of their isolation on the island, to have a sandy coloured coat unlike hares anywhere else.
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Lacada Rathlin Gold Pale Ale

Lacada Brewery Co-Operative - Brewed on the North Coast of Ireland

Country
- Northern Ireland (NI)
Region
- Co. Antrim
Sub-Region
- Portrush - Dunluce Avenue
Type
- Golden Ale
Alc - Btl
- 3.8% - 500ml

Lacada Brewery Co-Operative Tasting Note ...

Rathlin Gold is named after the golden hares on Rathlin Island, offshore from Ballycastle. The hares have evolved, because of their isolation on the island, to have a sandy coloured coat unlike hares anywhere else. We brewed a 3.8% pale ale with a heritage malt, Chevallier, which gives a little more sweetness than usual. Using Bramling Cross and East Kent Goldings hops we have a pale that is quite honey like, and also herbal, floral and earthy. We think its a great tribute to yon hare.
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