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Postby Stephanos » Wed May 13, 2015 3:34 pm

andrew wrote:
Saruman wrote:It is I believe, or if not, it will be very soon. Was it not at BrewCon? The low ABV brown?
We are there drinking their beer for the AGM if it helps.

That was a pilot beer- I should have asked Declan where it was brewed...

he said was brewed at theirs with more due soon
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Postby irish_goat » Wed May 13, 2015 3:36 pm

Was it a pilot Otterbank though? He's definitely brewing his own stuff there on top of the S Lamberts stuff as well.
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Postby Ciderhead » Wed May 13, 2015 5:20 pm

It was an Otterbank brew.
I had the pleasure of tasting 3 beers from Lamberts tanks last week, some really special stuff coming from that stable all for Wexford in the short term, lucky sods!
I am sure Declan will clarify more detail but as I understand official launch will be part of Wexford Food & Wine Festival with their bit on the 24th of this month.
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Postby Saruman » Wed May 13, 2015 5:23 pm

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Postby andrew » Sun May 24, 2015 9:26 pm

O'Clerighs are now pouring
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Postby TheBeerNut » Sun May 24, 2015 10:04 pm

Is that a brewery? I don't see it on the May Revenue list. Solocheck says the company only came into existence last Wednesday.
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Postby Stephanos » Sun May 24, 2015 10:43 pm

Mourne mountain, barrahooley, northbound, Boyne valley all live now and tasting good
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Postby andrew » Mon May 25, 2015 7:57 am

Lambert was pouring at the Wexford Food Fest at the weekend.
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Postby andrew » Mon May 25, 2015 7:58 am

TheBeerNut wrote:Is that a brewery? I don't see it on the May Revenue list. Solocheck says the company only came into existence last Wednesday.

Sounds like a contract brewer.
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Postby KeeganAles » Tue Jul 14, 2015 2:15 pm

2006: Hooker
2007: White Gypsy
2008: Beoir Chorca Dhuibhne (West Kerry Brewery)
2009: Inishmacsaint, Galway Bay, Clanconnel*
2010: Dungarvan, Trouble
2011: Metalman, Eight Degrees, Dingle, Burren, Ards, Bo Bristle (as Breweyed)
2012: Kinnegar, Brown Paper Bag*, 5 Lamps, Elbow Lane*, Donegal, Rising Sons (as 7 Windows)*, Big Hand*, Carrig
2013: Mountain Man*, Black's, JW Sweetman, Baile*, Muckish*, Brú, Sheelin, Red Hand, Pokertree, Otter Bank*, Clear Sky*, Stone Barrel*, Rascals, Cotton Ball, Farmageddon, West Mayo
2014: Independent, N17*, Jack Doyle's, Mescan, 9 White Deer, Black Donkey, Blackstairs*, Jack Cody's, Kelly's Mountain Brew*, Rye River, St Mel's Brewing Company, White Hag, 12th Abbey*, Hercules, Four Provinces*, Cloughmore*, Hillstown, JJs, Brehon, Costello's, Munster, West Cork, 12 Acres, Wicklow Wolf, O Brother, Reel Deel, Treaty City, Glens of Antrim, Hillstown, Wicklow Brewing, Knockout Brewing

2015: Drew Fox, Torc, Boundary, Simon Lamberts & Sons, O'Cleirigh, Wild Bat (fka Corrib), Boyne Brewhouse (fka Dagba,) Mourne Mountains, James Brown, Killarney, Barrahooley, Northbound, Benwiskin, Walled City, RadikAle*, Wood Key*, Third Circle*, Post Card


I marked a couple I know don't have their own kit; somebody more knowledgeable can flag the others.
Additions are not chronological by launch date, either, though the last three are the most recent. (Postmark launches on Thursday, so I figure they make the cut.)
And can somebody confirm/refute that Boyne Brewhouse and Boyne Valley Brewing are different?
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Postby Tube » Tue Jul 14, 2015 2:32 pm

Boyne Valley are Brú. Boyne Brewhouse is in Drogheda and is connected to White Gypsy (they brew for them or something).
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Postby andrew » Tue Jul 14, 2015 4:04 pm

Post Card not Post Mark

This is what I have so far- The Y/N indicates if they are a contract brewer or not.

Barrahooley N
Benwiskin Brewery Y
Boundary Brewing N
Boyne Brewhouse Y
Brewtonic Y
Christy's Y
Dooliner Y
Drew Fox Brewing N
James Brown Brewing Y
Kerry Brewing Y
Killarney Brewing N
Mourne Seafood Y
Northbound Brewery N
Post Card Brewing Co Y
Radik Ale Y
Torc Brewing N
Raven Brew N
Walled City Brewpub Y
Wood Key Brewery Y
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Postby TheBeerNut » Tue Jul 14, 2015 9:08 pm

Anyone know where Benwiskin is brewed? They look like Independent bottles in the Facebook photo last December but they've switched to more generic ones now.
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Postby KeeganAles » Wed Jul 15, 2015 11:36 am

andrew wrote:Post Card not Post Mark


Whoops! And I proofread for a living... :oops:

andrew wrote:Brewtonic Y


Somewhere way back in this thread I think we said that a "brewery" is a business that primarily makes beer.
Brewtonic is just a badge for the house beers in a chain of pubs so, imho, doesn't make the cut.

andrew wrote:Christy's Y
Dooliner Y
Kerry Brewing Y


These are all new to me. Are they up and running/belong on the list?
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Postby oblivious » Wed Jul 15, 2015 1:58 pm

TheBeerNut wrote:Anyone know where Benwiskin is brewed? They look like Independent bottles in the Facebook photo last December but they've switched to more generic ones now.



Just got a reply from them. They are currently contract brewing with Bru and hope to have a brewery themselves in 2016
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