Irish brewing company teams up with Club Orange to create a Rock Shandy Pale Ale 2 months ago

Irish brewing company teams up with Club Orange to create a Rock Shandy Pale Ale

Will you be giving this a try?

Irish brewing company Rascals has teamed up with Club Orange to create a Rock Shandy flavoured Pale Ale.

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Rascals Brewing Co. teamed up with Club to turn an iconic Irish beverage into a citrusy beer complete with hints of orange, lemon, Mandarina Bavaria and Amarillo.

Rascals Rock Shandy Pale Ale has an alcohol level of 4.5% ABV and is available now at a wide range of off-licences throughout the country and online at rascalsbrewing.com/shop.

The combination of Club Orange and Club Lemon was first created in O’Rourke’s pub in Blackrock.

Meanwhile, Club, which is produced in Britvic in Kylemore is a near neighbour of Rascals Brewing Company in Inchicore.

"I don’t think there’s anyone who doesn’t recognise Rock Shandy as being an iconic Irish drink.

"Turning it into a pale ale was great fun. We knew exactly what kind of flavour we needed to create and we know people are going to love the results," Cathal O’Donoghue, co-founder and head brewer at Rascals said on Wednesday.

Ian O’ Rourke is Marketing Manager with Club added: "Club is a proudly Irish brand and has been produced in Dublin since the 1930s.

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"It is a unique opportunity to partner with another local business that wants to show appreciation for their consumers by continuously offering new and interesting flavours."