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Kells Irish Style Lager


Rogue Kells Irish Style Lager

The term lager doesn’t usually inspire much for beer drinkers, but when I saw that Rogue had produced Kells Irish Style Lager I simply had to try it. Rogue developed this recipe for Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub, but it is also available at your local beer store. I poured a few glasses and after my friend tried it, the first thing he said was, “This is the best beer other than specialty Belgian style sours that I have had.” I have to say he was right, full of flavor and without any foul after-taste that is usually associated with this style of beer, the Kells is a great session lager. For more on Rogue visit there website.


  1. Adriann | Wednesday, March 11, 2009

    Is it pronounced “lah-gerr” or “lay-ger”?


  2. Brian | Wednesday, March 18, 2009

    I’d really like to try this. The only “Irish” beer’s I’ve had are your Guiness, Killians, Smithwick’s, etc. Hopefully I can find it around here!

    And Adriann .. Lager is pronounced “lah-ger” :)

  3. JJ Bagley | Wednesday, March 18, 2009


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