The craft breweries taking a can-do attitude to St Patrick’s Day

With pubs closed not just in Ireland but across Europe, local beer-makers are innovating with their off-trade products, from green beer to nitro-stout

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
16th March, 2021
The craft breweries taking a can-do attitude to St Patrick’s Day
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Céad míle sláinte is the message one Irish craft brewery is pushing as the industry faces its second St Patrick’s Day under pandemic conditions.

The industry was forced to adapt when pubs across the country closed their doors on March 15 last year. The timing could not have been worse for Irish craft brewers. Tap takeovers had been planned across the continent for St Patrick’s Day and...

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