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In 1677, land formerly known as West Jersey was divided into ten parts. During this time a significant group of Irish Quakers arrived aboard the ship "Ye Owners Adventure," outfitted by William Penn. The Third Tenth, stretching across what is now Camden and Gloucester counties, was sold to these Irish Quakers. This area became commonly known as the Irish Tenth where many Irish immigrants settled to work as shipwrights.

Irish-Tenth Red Ale is our tribute to these bold pioneers. Crafted with a blend of malts, this ale delivers a rich, toasty flavor with a hint of caramel sweetness. Inspired by the traditional Irish red ales, known for their smooth, malty character, our brew captures the essence of the Irish Tenth's spirit.

Food Pairings

The rich and malty character of Irish-Tenth Red Ale makes it a versatile pairing for a variety of hearty dishes. Its toasty and slightly sweet profile complements savory and flavorful foods, enhancing the dining experience. 


Suggested Foods: Pot Roast, Beef Stew, Shepherd’s Pie

Cheese: Aged cheddar, Gouda

Dessert: Pecan Pie, Chocolate Brownie

Glassware & Serving Temperature

Nonic Pint—This classic pint glass is perfect for showcasing the deep, rich color and aroma of a red ale.


Best served at 45-55°F

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