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Curim (or coirm) was originally brewed by the early Celtic inhabitants of the Barrow Valley in south east Ireland. Over the centuries this ancient brewing tradition was all but forgotten until its revival by Carlow Brewing Company. Bright and sparkling Curim Gold celtic wheat beer is brewed using a blend of pale malt torrefied wheat and caramalt. It is lightly hopped using Challenger, Mount Hood and Cascade varieties resulting in a refreshing light fruity beer with hints of peach, banana and plum. The perfect compliment to spicy food.

Alcohol 4.3% . Country Eire
Unusual quality brews from the Carlow Brewery at Carlow in Southern Ireland reflecting the long brewing traditions now recreated and exported all over the world.

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