Monday January 27, 2020

Beer: Super coopers

Sligo’s White Hag Brewery continues to innovate, most recently in a novel ‘Adopt a Barrel’ scheme

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

25th September, 2016
Paul Mullin, managing director of the White Hag brewery Pic: James Connolly

The White Hag in Ballymote has helped resurrect Sligo’s brewing tradition after nearly a century in the doldrums, with the young brewery making big strides internationally.

Having just signed deals to enter the Russian and Chinese markets, the White Hag will start exporting to Germany and Poland next month. These moves come on the back of the brewery securing distribution in the Netherlands in August, in addition to its existing deals in the...

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