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  • Not the cool new beers, classics to revisit

    Craft beer is constantly changing and evolving. Every week seems to bring a different angle on classic styles with new ingredients, new techniques and new approaches.  We spend a lot of time talking about, and drinking, new limited releases and seasonal beers and rightly so as there are some great beers being released, but what about those beers that you go back to again and a...

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  • New Beer Round-up

    New Beers March/April 2019

    Disregarding the occasional snow flurry, it looks like spring is here and with it comes some great new beers. March saw some great new seasonals but also some great new core releases. Here is a small selection of new beers on the shelf now.

    Galway Bay has brought us another big and bold double IPA  - Sans Juice, this one in collaboration with America...

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    New Beer Round-up
  • Irish Craft Sale

    We are celebrating Irish brewing this month in O’Brien’s. It’s an exciting time to be a craft beer drinker with the quality and variety of craft beer being produced in Ireland getting better all the time. With so many quality breweries on these shores it can be difficult to choose.

    Well, we are here to help, whether its discovering something new or rediscov...

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    Irish Craft Sale
  • Kölsch, A Beer Like No Other

    Beer is usually grouped into different groups by the type of yeast used. The two primary groups are ale and lager. A third group is a bit of a catch all for beers brewed using other yeast, often described as ‘wild yeast’, responsible for sour beers. But back to ale and lager; ale is made with ‘top fermenting’ yeast at warm temperatures while lagers are made wit...

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    Kölsch, A Beer Like No Other
  • Non-Alcohol Options for January

    Planning on Dry January this year? Or maybe just looking for a midweek pick me up with out the alcohol? Well you’re in luck as we have our best range of non-alcoholic options ever this January, including some great special offers.

    Firstly, with beers and  with greater demand and technological improvements, the quality and flavour of non-alcoholic beers is certainly improving. There...

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    Non-Alcohol Options for January
  • Christmas Day Beer & Food

    There is a beer for every occasion and for every meal. If you haven’t tried it before it may surprise you how well beers pair with food of all descriptions. With so many different beer styles available there is a lot to choose from.

    Here are my recommendations for your Christmas Day beer and food pairing.

    Brunch

    Forget the mimosa cocktail, why not try a grapefruit radler to get...

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    Christmas Day Beer & Food
  • Ballast Point

    Looking for the perfect American beers to enjoy this Thanksgiving? Well you are in luck as we have the excellent Ballast Point cans on offer at 4 for €10.

    Ballast Point Brewery

    San Diego has its fair share of breweries, but from the start of the microbrewery revolution in America, Ballast Point has been a cut above. They have built a reputation for innovation in brewing and...

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    Ballast Point
  • Eight Degrees

    Eight Degrees have been brewing since 2011, which at this stage almost makes then one of the grandfathers of Irish craft brewing. Over the course of that time they have consistently put out great beers, over sixty different beers at my count but I could be corrected. The emphasis has been on IPAs in all their sub-styles, however their output has ranged far and wide when it comes to styles.

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    Eight Degrees
  • Festival Beers

    Tent? Check

    Wellies? Check

    Sunglasses? Check

    Craft Cans?

    Well, O’Briens have you covered with some great craft cans to get you festival ready.

    We have 4 for €10 on big cans of Trouble Brewing Ambush. This super fresh hazy pale ale is packed with tropical tones of mango, melon, grapefruit and tangerine. A gem of a beer.

    We also have Sierra ...

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    Festival Beers
  • New Beer Round Up

    We have been awash with some exceptional Irish beers over the last few months, but I thought it time to look at some of the great imports that have landed over the last few weeks. There is a bit of an eclectic mix of styles, a little bit of something for everyone.

    Fist up, the highly rated Wyoming brewers Melvin. Melvin are a small brewery with a big reputation and numerous nat...

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    New Beer Round Up

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