Crafty investors sink €1 million into O’Hara’s owner
Carlow Brewing Company will use funding from Spanish beer giant and Enterprise Ireland to boost production capacity
The firm behind O’Hara’s craft beer has raised more than €1 million from Hijos de Rivera, one of Spain’s biggest breweries, and Enterprise Ireland.
Carlow Brewing Company has secured the investment to develop a new canning and bottling line and make other improvements that will boost production capacity.
Hijos de Rivera, which is best known for producing Estrella Galicia, has a 6 per cent share of the Spanish beer...
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