Kilkenny flavourings find favour

An innovative Kilkenny start-up has partnered with Ireland’s fast-growing craft beer sector to develop a unique range of food flavouring products.

22nd February, 2015

After stumbling across the Co Kilkenny town of Inistioge, Anneliese Duffy and her partner Denis Molloy found it so beautiful they decided to move there.

The couple established Inistioge Food Co in 2012 to make dry spice rubs and meat marinades from Irish craft beers.

“We had made a decision to take some time out to enjoy life,” said Duffy. “We moved into a house with apple trees and had a couple of horses, and from...

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