C&C branches out with cider visitor centre in Clonmel

Bulmers owner to develop tourist attraction in the next year at Dowd’s Lane site

15th May, 2016
Stephen Glancey, chief executive, C&CTony OShea

Cider looks set to become a tourist attraction in Clonmel, with drinks giant C&C planning to unveil a visitor experience in the Tipperary town in the next 12 months.

According to Stephen Glancey, C&C’s Scottish-born chief executive, the company plans to develop a visitor attraction at its Dowd’s Lane site in Clonmel over the next year.

C&C, which owns the Bulmers cider brand and Scottish lager brand Tennent’s,...

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