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Mountain Man: Ireland's Newest Brewery

Mountain Man BrewingToday we officially welcome the newest member of Ireland's craft brewing scene: Mountain Man of Macroom, Co. Cork.

The first beer released is called Green Bullet, a 4% ABV pale ale packaged in 33cl bottles.

Pending wider distribution and the official launches in Cork, Dublin and Sligo (see our calendar for details), Green Bullet can be found in Cork City at Bradley's Off Licence on North Main Street, The Abbot's Alehouse on Devonshire Street, The Franciscan Well on North Mall and The Bierhaus, Pope's Quay, as well as Blair's Inn in Blarney, The Mills Inn in Macroom and Galvin's Carry Out off licences across County Cork.

A second beer, Hairy Goat IPA, is due to follow soon.

For updates, follow Mountain Man Brewing on Facebook, Twitter, and at their forthcoming website.

 

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