Saturday November 23, 2019

The jewel of Irish brewing

We are regarded, and regard ourselves, as a nation with a historical and cultural affinity with beer.

25th November, 2006

We are regarded, and regard ourselves, as a nation with a historical and cultural affinity with beer.

We gave the world Guinness, Murphy’s, Smithwick’s and Beamish. However, in world terms, Ireland is a brewing oaf, lacking in diversity and public engagement.

Almost every town and city in Britain, Belgium and Germany has a brace of breweries and a following of loyal local supporters. However, the brewing industry here has been steamrolled...

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