What started out as brunch, turned into a quest. A quest to find Nomad, 8 Degrees new IPL, India Pale Lager. A rare beast on draught – this was proving difficult to find. Thanks to our local innkeeper we had no shortage of supply of bottles, but we wanted to try it as nature intended. On draught. Thankfully the Beerhouse on Dublin’s Capel St satisfied that particular itch.
Nomad is the latest in a list of great specials from 8 Degrees. And she’s a cracker – get this while you can. But it’s the best of both worlds.
Also in our latest episode we highlight the best independent off licences country wide as suggested by our listeners/followers?
Probus Wines – Fenian St, Dublin 2
McHughs, Artane and Coolock www.mchughs.ie
Drinkstore, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7 www.drinkstore.ie
Martins Fairview, Dublin 3 – www.martinsofflicence.ie
Baggot Street Wines, Dublin 4
Redmonds of Ranelagh, Dublin 6
Devenney’s of Dundrum, Dublin 14
Devenney’s Rathmines, Dublin 6
Corkscrew Lucan, Lucan Co Dublin
Blackrock Cellar, Blackrock, Co Dublin
The Dark Horse, Blackrock, Co Dublin
Carryout Tyrellstown, Dublin 15 http://www.carryouttyrrelstownofflicence.ie/
Bradleys Off Licence, Cork City – http://www.bradleysofflicence.ie
Abbotts Ale House, Cork City
The Wine Well Off Licence Dunboyne
Conways Off Licence Ratoath
The Winehouse, Trim
Arthur Smyth, Smyth’s on the Square, Navan
Egans Off Licence, Portlaoise www.eganswines.ie
Hollands of Bray, Bray
The Vineyard, Lighthouse Wines, Laverys, Wine Works, Neilwine, and Brewbot Belfast
Dicey Reillys, Ballyshannon
Boyles of Kildare Town
This list is by no means exhaustive or complete – if there any others you think are worthy of inclusion please let us know!
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