Prouty's Irish Red Ale
Jackie O's Pub & Brewery

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From:
Jackie O's Pub & Brewery
 
Ohio, United States
Style:
Red Ale - Irish
ABV:
7%
Score:
87
Avg:
3.91 | pDev: 15.09%
Ratings:
15
Status:
Active
Rated:
Mar 16, 2017
Added:
Mar 30, 2011
Wants:
  1
Gots:
  1
SCORE
87
Very Good
Notes: "Hoppy Red Ale brewed in memory of our friend Jim."
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4.52 by akopczyk from Ohio on Mar 16, 2017
 
4.03 by Nunya from Ohio on Mar 26, 2016
 
3.75 by elkinbrown from Tennessee on Jun 21, 2014
 
4 by TheRealPour from Illinois on Nov 13, 2013
 
3.75 by Cynic-ale from Texas on Aug 02, 2013
 
2.5 by nineworldseries from Ohio on Jun 03, 2013
 
3.25 by Envelopes from Ohio on May 21, 2013
 
3.75 by gpawned from Illinois on May 17, 2013
 
4.25 by rcjennings from Ohio on Apr 22, 2013
 
3.75 by Bierguy5 from Ohio on Apr 18, 2013
 
4.75 by mjw1200 from Ohio on Apr 12, 2013
 
3.5 by Mark000 from Michigan on Apr 06, 2012
 
5 by csustar001 from New York on Mar 17, 2012
Photo of Tripphop
4.2/5  rDev +7.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4
by Tripphop from Virginia

Pours a nice amber with reddish hue, white foam settles quickly but leaves sticky lacing. Smell is pleasant and hoppy, hint of nuttines. Taste is great, full bodied yet goes down with ease. Great hoppy finish that quenches but still leaves you thirsty. A nice palate cleanser between ripping sours.

Apr 08, 2011
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3.7/5  rDev -5.4%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4
by Spider889 from Ohio

Had this at Bodega on Monday, apparently a preview of one of the brews that will be served at the release this weekend.

The menu at Bodega said that this was named as a reference to the original O'Hooley's Irish Pub and it's owner I believe.

For a style that is often associated with macro breweries or merely reserved for the obligatory seasonal release, this is one of the better Irish Red's I have had. That said, it still wasn't overly impressive/unique. However, I don't wish to diminish the fact that it was a solid beer that satisfies so long as you're not looking for something extreme.

Served in the ubiquitous Bodega shaker pint, with no head, which created a lace-less appearance. Damn you Bodega. Damn you. Reddish brown, quite nice clarity.

The smell wasn't very strong, but there was some mild hopping creating a nice earthy bitterness and some caramel malt and a weak bread crust aroma.

The beer was clean and refreshing, the best of the three beers I had that night (it was an off night, lol). The malts are there for balance and a slight sweetness, but aren't as impactful as I'd like from an experimental craft brewery.

The beer has a nice bitter finish of orange/citrus notes. The 8% alcohol really felt like a typo on Bodega's part, as this felt more like 5% - it was barely noticeable.

Fairly thin bodied, overall not bad at all. I'd happily drink another.

Mar 30, 2011
Prouty's Irish Red Ale from Jackie O's Pub & Brewery
Beer rating: 87 out of 100 with 15 ratings