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  • Larkin’s Brewing Co.

    The number of great craft breweries in County Wicklow continues to grow! Larkins have entered the fold this month with their new brewery in Kilcoole.

    Larkins is a family affair headed up by Cillian Fahey, the ‘Larkin’ comes from his mother’s side. Where they seek to differentiate themselves from the growing number of beers on the shelves is through their focus on lager styles. The...

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    Larkin’s Brewing Co.
  • 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
  • Saor (Free!)

    9 White Deer brewery was founded in 2014 by publican Don O’Leary and former marine engineer Gordon Lucey and set about brewing approachable full flavoured beers. It was when Don was diagnosed with a gluten intolerance within a year of opening the brewery, discovering how limited the craft beer offering was, that the focus for the brewery became creating great tasting gluten free beers across...

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    Saor (Free!)
  • A Right Pair

    This week I’m taking a look at Whiskey and craft beer pairing and for the week that’s in it sticking to all things Irish. Far from a whiskey chaser quickly washed down with a beer we are looking at beers and whiskeys that work well together and compliment both.

    The reason whiskey and beer pair so well is because, in essence, a whiskey is a beer that has been distilled, wher...

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    A Right Pair
  • Trouble Brewing

    Trouble Brewing are firmly established on the craft beer landscape of Ireland, having been at the vanguard of the craft beer revolution in Ireland. I recently had the pleasure of visiting their brewery in Kill, county Kildare and having a chat with founder Stephen Clinch.

    The story of Trouble Brewing’s creation is not unusual in the craft beer industry, starting with three fr...

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    Trouble Brewing
  • What’s New?

    This is a question I get asked a lot as each month brings a new array of seasonal and limited release beers, especially from Irish brewers. Irish brewers are finding their feet and exploring more unusual flavour combinations, new styles and cross styles. Rightly popular and tasty core ranges will continue to be brewed, however limited releases and seasonals allow the brewers to experi...

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    What’s New?
  • 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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    Hope
  • Irish Craft Beer Sale Continues...

    You can now get 6 for the price of 5 on over 130 Irish craft beers and ciders. There is a lot to choose from but today I am going to pick out just a few. Hail Glorious Saint Patrick from Drogheda brewery Jack Cody’s is the perfect sipper for our national day. This limited edition extra stout is made with oatmeal, vanilla pods and fresh espresso beans producing a rich smooth body with the...

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