O’Briens Wine Beer & Spirits
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  • A little Mór from our Gin Sale

    We have a lot going on this month and on the run in to that big event in December. Aside from plenty of great offers on wine we have promotions on across our range of spirits, everything from vodka, scotch, cognac, rum, bourbon, liquors. As well as a wide range in our Gin Sale and Irish Whiskey Sale, not to mention a range of craft and world beers on offer.

    With so much happening, there...

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    A little Mór from our Gin Sale
  • Craft Gin: From New York to Newtownmountkennedy

    The terms craft and small batch sometimes get bandied about but these are terms that hold true when discussing Irelands growing gin industry. Independent people working hard to produce great tasting spirits each small batch at a time. People who are passionate about their craft and their product. One such gin is Bonac 24.

    The gin is produced by Gavin Clifford and his father M...

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    Craft Gin: From New York to Newtownmountkennedy
  • On the third day of Christmas O’Briens brought to me….

    Three new Irish gins!

    We are constantly on the lookout for great new craft spirits and our search has lead us to three new Irish graft gins in time for Christmas. So, forget about ‘three French hens’ and pick up one of these for the gin lover in your life, or treat yourself.

    The Mór signature serve

    Our first gin, Mór, is a fruity and floral gin produced in ...

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    On the third day of Christmas O’Briens brought to me….
  • Bertha's Revenge

    In a converted cattle shed in the farmyard of Ballyvolane House, County Cork, you will find school friends Justin Green and Antony Jackson producing a unique craft gin.

    Grain is the base ingredient for most spirits however Berthas Revenge is made from whey alcohol. In cheese making, milk is separated into curds and whey. The curds are used to make the cheese and the whey is tra...

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    Bertha's Revenge

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