O’Briens Wine Beer & Spirits
33 Spruce Avenue Stillorgan Industrial Park Co. Dublin Ireland Ireland
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  • What is Red Ale

    Autumn leaves are turning to amber and red, which of course got me thinking about red ale. But what is a red ale? It’s all down to the used of kilned malts such as the aptly named Caramel malt, which lends the beer its red colour, however the colour is, and ought to be, secondary to the primary purpose of creating a great tasting beer.

    There is a whole range of beers that are encompas...

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    What is Red Ale
  • 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
  • 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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  • What’s New

    One of the great things about Irish craft beer is that there are constantly new beers to try and this month is no different. Here are just a few picks from the last couple of weeks with a mix of new core beers and limited releases.

    For those of an adventurous mind set try the collaboration between White Hag and MacIvors Cider, Silver Branch Apple Sour. For this White Hag brewed...

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    What’s New
  • 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….
  • Rye-sons to be cheerful

    If you have tasted any American rye whiskies, you will know the distinctive spice character the grain adds to the spirit. Now, more and more brewers are turning to rye. In beer it gives a gives a spicy, earthy, and almost sour character and a crisper dryer mouthfeel. Rye beers can run the gauntlet from tropical hop bombs with just a touch of spicy rye character to brooding, dark, earthy brews....

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    Rye-sons to be cheerful
  • Who What Wheat Where

    WHO:                   O'Briens & O Brother Brewing

    WHAT:                 An American Wheat IPA

    WHEAT:               Yes Wheat!

    WHERE:               Available in O’Brien’s stores and on-line

    O’Briens are delighted to introduce Who What Wheat Where, a limited release collaboration brew made with th...

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    Who What Wheat Where
  • Easter Beer Sale

    This is the final week of our Irish Craft Beer Sale which must end Easter Monday. With that in mind I have picked out a selection of beers to try this Easter.

    If you are planning on having a traditional roast lamb you will need a beer with a rich malt character like St Mels Brown Ale. The steady carbonation and dry hopped citrus notes of this beer also help cut through the fattiness of ...

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  • Picks from our Whiskey sale

    Our Irish Whiskey sale continues this week and I have picked out a trio of Irish Whiskeys made at the multi award winning Cooley distillery in Dundalk that offer a little something different. These expressions of Irish Whiskey that show the diversity of styles now being produced in Ireland.

    Kilbeggan 8 year old, previously known as Greenore, is a single grain whiskey distilled in column...

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  • 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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