O’Briens Wine Beer & Spirits
33 Spruce Avenue Stillorgan Industrial Park Co. Dublin Ireland Ireland
+353 1 2931040 online@obrienswine.ie Monday-Saturday 10:30am-10pm Sunday 12:30am-10pm
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  • 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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  • Hope

    Back in May I had the pleasure of visiting Hope Beer located at Howth Junction, North Dublin. At the time the brewery was a hive of activity as they installed their brand new brewkit. They had previously been contract brewing but the plan was always to open their own brewery and in April this year they took delivery of their new brewkit based around a 20 hectoliter Caspary Brewhouse.<...

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  • Irish Craft Beer Sale

    Our Irish Craft Beer Sale has started. You can now buy 6 for the price of 5 (cheapest item free) on over 130 Irish made craft beers and ciders. Runninguntil Easter Monday 28th of March.

    This is 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. Over the next few weeks I will pick out some great Ir...

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  • Collaboration Brew

    O’Briens are excited to announce we will be teaming up with O Brother Brewing to make a new beer together.

    O Brother Brewing is an intensely quality focussed, family owned and run business, set up by 3 brothers, Brian, Padhraig and Barry O’Neill. Barry says he sees similarities between O’Briens and O Brother with “both driven by passionate people with a desire to...

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  • Yes We Can

    Once the preserve of big brand lagers, smaller brewers are turning their attention to the possibilities cans have to offer. Canned options from craft brewers both big and small havetaken off in America and the UK in recent years with everything from session pale ales to big imperial stouts finding their way into cans. Now a growing number of Irish brewers are making the move.


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  • Rascals Brewing

    Last Monday I got the treat of visiting the Rascals Brewery in Rathcoole, County Dublin. Rascals Brewing was born when Emma and Cathal O’Donoghue won a homebrew competition for their Ginger Porter and the opportunity to make their beer in Bru Brewery. Since then they have developed their own brewery and gone on to win multiple awards and cultivated a loyal customer following in pubs arou...

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