The Ogham Series


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Ogham

You can’t go wrong with a beer from the Celt Experience’s core range, always solid and dependable, and one or more of their beers should sit in your cupboard waiting for any number of occasions. Dependable isn’t always exciting of course, and so the Celt brewery of Caerphilly have launched the Ogham series of beers, representing their push into ‘craft’ beer territory.

Ogham refers to an ancient script, of old runes scribed onto rock by Celtic druids in times of yore. The bottle label is minimalist and simple, allowing the Ogham rune to take centre-stage; meanwhile, beneath it, Celt Brewery list some of the ingredients used and even the IBU of each beer. Definitely craft beer territory now, as who but a beer geek would care about the type of yeast used and the bitterness measurement?

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Author: Cianaodh Óg - a.k.a. Troy Young

Cianaodh (Pronounced Key-Ah-Knee) is Old Irish and means Ancient Fire. Óg is also Old Irish and it means Young which is my surname in modern English. My given or legal name is James "Troy" Young but my chosen, magickal name is Cianaodh Óg and most people who know me outside of my spiritual family know me by my middle name, Troy. I am the High Priest of Tribe Of the Standing Stones in Arlington, Texas - Spirit Of the Sycamore Tradition and variety blogger as well as Chief High Mucky Muck at Alliance of Polyspiritual Eclectics.

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