No real aroma worth mentioning due to the nitro pour and head apart from a bit of wet carboard.
Wexford pours clear copper with an thick off-white nitro head. Toffee, malt and faint hops on the sweet intake while the finish is moderately bitter and dry. It has a slight hoppy aftertaste with a burnt caramel in the background. Smooth and creamy mouthfeel as you would expect from a nitro widget can.
This was better than I expected though it is still a very average easy drinking ale. There is not a huge lot going on with this and by the bottom of the glass the word 'bland' popped up in my head. As you might guess, this is not one I will be buying or drinking again. If I wanted something similar like this I think I would rather go for a Kilkenny which is more widely available here in pubs and supermarkets.
This scored a generous 3/10 on the 'at least it's not Caffreys' Beerometer.
Alc : 5%
Where to buy CPH : Larger Superbrugsen & Kvickly supermarkets.