The All Hands Brews

Some say ‘too many hands spoil the brew’
We say ‘more hands the merrier’

 

It’s all about the beer at All Hands. We proudly craft our brews in-house for superior, fresh flavour.

Head Brewer Sam Clayman has created an inspiring list of beers: the ever popular Cream Pale Ale, along with the Gold Medal-winning Stout, tweaked, twisted and nitrogenised, enough to make a grown Irishman weep with joy.

So too, look out for a rotating roster of Saison’s, a cheeky refreshing Best Bitter Ale, and a noble lager (amongst others).

See the Brews below

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Wood Duck Cream Ale

4.7% ABV • 18 IBU

Our signature beer

Straw coloured, with a mild biscuit and vanilla malt character and notes of spice from Saaz hops. We use nitrogen gas for our cream ale, giving it the characteristic creamy head and extra smoothness on the palate.

Bunny Hop Lager

5.0% ABV • 30 IBU

Worldly classic

Our interpretation of one of the original lagers of the world, the Czech Pilsner, Bunny Hop has the slightest honey tinge from Vienna malt, accentuated by an original Pilsner strain of yeast. Three different noble hops offer a solid, yet surprisingly soft bitterness that brings the legendary balance to a good pilsner. Its light-medium body makes this drop exceedingly easy drinking with any occasion.

Irish Sport Stout

5.1% ABV • 51 IBU

Stout with a twist

In order to get the typical finish of a good Dry Stout, we’ve fermented a small amount of the beer with a house blend of acid-producing yeasts and blended it back to the mother batch. The result is a stout with all the coffee and smooth chocolate notes you expect, with an underlying complexity that you don’t. Served with nitrogen gas for an authentic thick head and smooth sailing through a pint.

Longneck Best Bitter

4.1% ABV • 22 IBU

Modern classic

A modernised version of a classic English midstrength beer. Pairing seamlessly with basically any good pub fare, our Longneck Best Bitter is brimming with hop flavours and aromas from three different UK and US hops. Lifted notes of currant and earthy spice, with hints of citrus and pine form a solid, flavoursome bitterness that shines above a rich malt base of subtle caramel sweetness, coppered toast and a hint of spicy rye.

Hump Day I.P.A.

6.2% ABV • 45 IBU

Fruity and Floral

Three cheeky Aussie hops, a smarmy British hop, and a couple surprisingly well-dressed American hops party happily together in our tasty IPA. Blending the old world and the new, tropical fruits, black currant, pine resin, citrus and floral notes dominate the flavour and aroma profile. And then there’s more hops to crash the party. C’mon, it’s IPA!

Traveller Saison

5.3% ABV • 20 IBU

A tasty education

Saison is characterised by its subtly complex yeast character, so we’ve designed a deliciously simple base beer to let the particular character shine through. The Belle Saison strain of yeast is fermented very warm to increase the ester profile, showing peppery spice, apple and pear blossom, and a hint of acidity to give a pleasant dry finish. The Traveller Saison is a wonderful, quenching ale whose distinct flavours pair fantastically with seafood, white meats, and even just simple hot chips.

Acorn Eater Red Ale

5.5% ABV • 25 IBU

Deep red hues and a complex malt character offering notes of sweet caramel, light chocolate, and toasted biscuits. The Red Ale is still hop driven though, with a firm bitterness and plenty of citrus, pine and earthy spice notes.

Wee Heavy Scottish Ale

8.5% ABV • 40 IBU

Moorish and deeply malty, with notes of raisins, port, and biscuits. Our wee heavy is lifted by hints of smoke, chocolate, and floral esters giving a surprisingly dry finish for such a big beer!

Dirty Root Ginger Beer

4.9% ABV • 15 IBU

Brewed with a lager malt base, a couple of big boxes of fresh young ginger and the juice of 100 lemons, this one is bitey, dry and clean on the palate. A touch of bittering hops brings it into a realm somewhere between a beer and a cider. A fantastic change for cider drinkers and hot afternoon revellers alike.

Ask for a Dirty Root with a couple of slices of red hot chilli for a real zinger!