Guinness brewers today announced the release ‘Hop House 13 Larger’, the latest beer from the Brewer’s Project at St James Gate. The newest creation joins Dublin Porter and West Indies Porter as the third release from the Brewer’s Project.
The new product is a double-hopped golden lager brewed with Irish barley and aromatic hops, described as having ‘fruity aromas with hints of apricot and peach’.
Guinness brewer, Peter Simpson who led the development of Hop House 13 said, “I personally enjoy more flavoursome beers, so I wanted to make a lager with lots of character and flavour."
Head of Innovation for Guinness, Nick Curtis hinted that there will be many more new products from Guinness in the future: “We have a lot more beer to make. We are only 256 years into a 9000 year lease at St. James’s Gate Brewery and Irish drinkers can look forward to the introduction of more new and interesting beers from The Brewers Project at St. James’s Gate in the future.”
Hop House 13 will be available on draught at selected pubs across Ireland and Northern Ireland from today.
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