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Irish beer production up as exports boom

Brewing body's report shows a recovery in pub trade

23rd August, 2016
Craft beer takes bigger share of Irish market

The body which represents the Irish brewing industry has said beer production in Ireland rose last year for the first time since 2011, despite a slight fall in consumption.

The Irish Brewers Association (IBA) today published its annual Beer Market Report for Ireland, which showed a six per cent increase in production last year.

According to the report, beer remains Ireland’s most popular alcoholic drink, with a 47 per cent market share, a trend that has...

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