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  • 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 Beers, New Breweries

    There are so many great new beers and new breweries joining our line-up it’s sometimes hard to keep up. This week I decided to take a look at three new breweries from across the water you may have missed in the last couple of months. Each produce a fantastic range of beers, too may for this blog to contain, so I’ve had to pick just one from each to showcase what each the brewery is about.<...

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    New Beers, New Breweries
  • New Beers: Ireland Braces for Wild Weather

    We are delighted to have a great range of new beers from Wild Weather Ales.  Hailing from Silchester, a small village just outside Reading, Wild Weather was founded in 2012 by Mike Tempest (Tempest = Wild Weather, get it?)

    The team at Wild Weather don’t take themselves too seriously and have a very simple goal; to make your drinking experience as enjoyable as they find the b...

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    New Beers: Ireland Braces for Wild Weather
  • Irish Dark Ales in Our Craft Sale

    Our Irish craft beer sale continues in full swing with 4 for the price of 3 across our full range of Irish craft beers and ciders. So, I decided to pick up a few for myself. You may find a theme in my selection, I’ve picked out 4 beers that might just turn you to the dark side.

    First up Brethren Brown from the Midlands Beer Collective. The collective is an eleven-member group of award...

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    Irish Dark Ales in Our Craft Sale
  • This Seasons Must Have Beers

    Ah it’s that time of year, the time when you’ll hear people say ‘grand stretch’ with a lightness in their voice, before a quick cold snap freezes their breath in the air. However, spring is certainly in the air and after hibernating through dry-January brewers have emerged with new beers for February.

    Last week we had a new entry from across the water with Five Points...

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    This Seasons Must Have Beers
  • Five Points Brewing

    As I write a fresh batch of Five Points beers are making their way from East London to Dublin, soon to be distributed across the country.

    A Victorian railway arch beneath Hackney Downs Station, is where you will find Five Points busily brewing away. Since 2013 they have been making unfiltered and unpasteurized beers with a focus on consistency and quality. Each year they have b...

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    Five Points Brewing
  • Non-Alcohol Beers?

    The popularity of non-alcohol beer (NA for short) is growing but what’s it all about and are they any good?

    NA beer first started appearing in America at the time of Prohibition, at the time anything greater than 0.5% alcohol was outlawed for consumption. This percentage has stuck and today, by common definition, to label beers as non-alcoholic they must not exceed 0.5%

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    Non-Alcohol Beers?
  • Salute - New Italian Brews

    This week I’m very happy to introduce a new brewery to Ireland, Birrificio Del Doge, hailing from the Treviso area of Italy. The story of how the brewery came about is a familiar one when a pair of craft beer fans, the Giuman brothers, decided to try their hand at brewing their own. After years of perfecting their recipes these homebrewing enthusiasts decided to take the plunge and in 2013 t...

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    Salute - New Italian Brews
  • Whiplash

    Whiplash is the passion project of Alex Lawes and  Alan Wolfe. Alex was an award-winning home brewer before turning pro as head brewer with Rye River. Alan takes care of the commercial side and "kicks back with the first beer off the line every time." Whiplash beers, brewed at Rye River and occasionally at other breweries around the country, won’t have a core range as such but instead will ...

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    Whiplash
  • Father's Day Picks

    Forget about woolly slippers or eau de musk, get them something they can sit back, relax, and enjoy on Father’s Day this Sunday 18th of June. Let us take the hassle out of choosing a gift, pop in store or browse on line for a range of great gift ideas with a selection of craft beers as well as a number of great spirits on offer. I’ve picked out a few Father’s Day favourites alon...

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    Father's Day Picks

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