Smoked Irish Red Ale
The first citation (that we could find) of the term came from an Irish Newspaper in 1966 where a young lad got caught eating cookies out of a delivery truck. This beer is no different. The addition of smoked malt and cracker finish made the name a no brainer.
On the nose, toffee, chocolate a touch of roast and light campfire. Taste of fruity caramel, and toffee, with a roast and light chocolate finish.