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Postby TheBeerNut » Wed Jul 15, 2015 6:22 pm

Thanks! A-Z updated.
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Postby Tube » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:22 pm

Are all the contract brands, e.g. Pitt Bros, still available?
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Postby Stephanos » Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:29 pm

andrew wrote: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

I assume u mean mourne mountain? Mourne seafood stout been around for years...
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Postby ni roy » Wed Jul 15, 2015 11:15 pm

Who do Mourne Mountains and Walled City brew for?
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Postby TheBeerNut » Wed Jul 15, 2015 11:39 pm

Tube wrote:Are all the contract brands, e.g. Pitt Bros, still available?

Last I checked. But that's not daily, or even weekly.
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Postby Stephanos » Thu Jul 16, 2015 11:50 pm

ni roy wrote:Who do Mourne Mountains and Walled City brew for?

Contract means they're brewed by others rather than they brewery for others
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Postby ni roy » Sat Jul 18, 2015 12:24 am

I know this Steve. :lol: I meant to say who brews them? I was talking to the Mourne brewer last week who said i must come visit the brewery. And i thought Walled did their own in house?
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Postby Stephanos » Sat Jul 18, 2015 11:02 am

ni roy wrote:I know this Steve. :lol: I meant to say who brews them? I was talking to the Mourne brewer last week who said i must come visit the brewery. And i thought Walled did their own in house?

Yeah mourne have their own but initial batches were at white gypsy
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Postby Taf » Wed Jul 22, 2015 11:19 pm

Anyone heard anything about Desmond and sons Brewery with address of Blarney Co Cork? Abbots ale house FB page advertising range of gluten free beers with labels really pushing the irish angle, also state brewed in EU.... I'm from blarney and I've never seen or heard of this brewery or their beer. They have a website but not much info on it.
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Postby Liam » Thu Jul 23, 2015 1:21 am

Anything to do with Cian Desmond of Barcino Brewery?
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Postby andrew » Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:07 am

Hope Beer- were pouring (and pairing cheeses) at the RDS. A solid IPA, a good saison and a blonde that needs tweaking. Currently brewing at Craftworks but hope to have their own brewery in Howth up and running by March next year.

<speculation snipped on request of Hope Brewery - TBN>I think we need to have a talk with Bord Bia. It's bad enough that they keep quoting 2012 figurews when talking about the number of Irish micros running today- but when they start talking about what the Irish consumer wants, they are seriously stepping on our toes.
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Postby oblivious » Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:17 am

andrew wrote:Hope Beer- were pouring (and pairing cheeses) at the RDS. A solid IPA, a good saison and a blonde that needs tweaking. Currently brewing at Craftworks but hope to have their own brewery in Howth up and running by March next year.

<speculation snipped on request of Hope Brewery - TBN>I think we need to have a talk with Bord Bia. It's bad enough that they keep quoting 2012 figurews when talking about the number of Irish micros running today- but when they start talking about what the Irish consumer wants, they are seriously stepping on our toes.



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Postby andrew » Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:30 am

Two Sisters Brewery- Susan and Judith Boyle. Contract brewed at Trouble. Not sure it this is going to be a one off brew or not though...
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Postby Taf » Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:35 am

Liam wrote:Anything to do with Cian Desmond of Barcino Brewery?


Only seeing this now, so apologies for not replying sooner. Not sure what the connection is. There is a registered address in Blarney, but Website seems to have now disappeared. Will ask next time I am in the local offy.
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Postby Taf » Tue Sep 15, 2015 10:51 am

Taf wrote:
Liam wrote:Anything to do with Cian Desmond of Barcino Brewery?


Only seeing this now, so apologies for not replying sooner. Not sure what the connection is. There is a registered address in Blarney, but Website seems to have now disappeared. Will ask next time I am in the local offy.


Cian Desmond is the brewer in question, as there was a sign in the local off license saying he was the brewer and that he was local. Not sure if this is the same guy from Barcino, but could be. I actually think I know him, as think I borrowed a mash tun from him when I first started all grain. He was going off to college in the UK at the time, so maybe he's been busy since. I'll leave a Beoir card in the offy for him, next time I'm in, to see if he want's to re-introduce himself, and tell us a bit more about himself and his plans.
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