Brú Rí by Brú Brewery | Craft Beer Review |

Brú Rí is brewed with Irish malt and four different hops. It is a crisp, refreshingly bitter ale, with a blast of citrus, pine and floral scents on the nose. The legend of Brian Boru, the last High King of Ireland, was the inspiration behind the naming of this beer. Brú Rí is our very own King of Irish Beers. Brian Boru fought the Great Battle of Tara and was made King of Ireland at the Stone of Destiny on the nearby Hill of Tara outside of Trim, in County Meath.


Price Range – €3.59



“BRÚ Brewery was founded in September 2013. Based in Trim, County Meath, Ireland. The guys worked tirelessly pursuing their founding goal ‘to brew quality hand crafted accessible craft beer’. The Brú story is one of relentless ambition and striving. Its not about struggle – its about being steadfast and diligent; its about not just getting things done, but getting them done right. Consistently.

We believe that’s how you achieve excellence.

BRÚ will always go that bit further to ensure our customers are spoiled for taste. From the care that our brewers take in our hand crafted beer, to how we strive to make our customers feel their time with us is valued. At BRÚ we are obsessive about what we do.

In short we will do WHATEVER IT TAKES to make sure our customers are well looked after, always.” Read More

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