Made by Harpoon Brewery in Boston, Massachusetts.
If you aren’t a fan of Irish stout beers or simply want to try something a bit different, why not give an ale a try? Harpoon Celtic Ale is a different kind of St. Patrick’s Day beer, and it’s one you likely will return to again and again after giving it a try.
First brewed in South Boston in 1987, Harpoon Brewery’s Celtic Ale is actually served in the city to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day each year. It’s designed to suit late-winter tastes, offering a malty flavor that’ll warm you up with every sip. This ale is balanced and full of flavor thanks to ingredients like Irish ale malt and roasted barley. Oh, and it’s a deep ruby red – a cool color to enjoy while you drink.