McAwesome a very awesome beer indeed! This beer was a Irish Red. It's weird, it looked redish brown and tasted more brown then red, so maybe it was a Irish Brown which I've never heard of. So there you have it I created the worlds first Irish Brown, becuase of course since I've never heard of it, neither has the world.
Ok ok ok, I'm super real, fakely amoused, and gerneraly origial, it's been I would say at least since march I brewed this beer and I'm just now writing about it. So many things have transponded since I concocted such a beautiful tastfully brew that is now the standard of the Irish Brown!
-K- Seriously I had this bad boy stored away in my keg for a good two weeks, when all the mean while my brother-in-law and is youthfull younger sibling partook in my stock of godly goodness. However I was away across the seas taking care of another youth, the youth of chula vistas Hiltop Top Middle school. Rome, Paris, London beers all couldn't compare to the majestic liquid that was the Irish brown. I had one glass before the trip and during was told by the college Freshman that it was, and I quote "A damn good beer". Now that says something that a San Fran college student complemented by brew.
This brew was a package that the lady got for me for Christmas from MoreBeer. It some cool grains it in like Black Barley, which I never used before, I'm pretty sure thats what gave it that super dark "Brown" taste. Also to note, this was the first time I used gelatin to clear the beer up, I mixed a half packet in between the primary and secondary. The gelatin did a damn good job of clearing that beer right up!
I think the young kids drank most of the keg, becuase when I got home I think I had maybe 2 gallons left. It was spectacular for sure, one that I defiantly would want to try and brew again.