New Irish drinks for a New Year

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3rd January, 2021
New Irish drinks for a New Year
Pat O’Brien, co-founder Stillgarden Distillery in Inchicore in Dublin, which has produced Ireland’s first amaro, calling it O’Maro

I still consider it a great privilege that I could call the late Oliver Hughes a friend. The founder of the Porterhouse Brewery and the Dingle Distillery, he was a remarkable gentleman who, despite being continuously busy, always somehow had the time for drinks industry colleagues like myself seeking his advice and counsel.

Of the many things he generously shared with me over the years, I think my favourite was a certain term that he...

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