Podcast Episode 27 – White Hag Brewery 2nd Birthday

    So, your brewery is turning 2 years old, what do you do? Well, throw a huge bash at the brewery apparently and invite everyone to come! That’s just what the team at White Hag, from Ballymote in Sligo did this past weekend. They threw open their doors to their fans, friends, and family….

IBSC EP0026 – Crafty Brewing Company

In this latest episode we try The Crafty Brewing Company’s Red ale, and Irish Pale Ale, that are available nationwide in Lidl – Find your local store We also look at upcoming events and recent beers we’ve tasted 1: Galway Hooker Brewery 10th Birthday Event – 57 The Headline Event Page 2: DOT Brew – Keg Launch…

Podcast Episode 21 – DOT Brewing Session Rye Ale

In this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, the dynamic duo taste a Session Rye Ale, from new Dublin Brewery, DOT Brew. You can also find the guys on Twitter @DOT_Brew, Instagram @DOT_Brew, and Facebook.We also catch up on the latest news from the Irish Craft Beer Scene.Wayne has an interview with Alain…

Podcast Episode 6 – Mrs Beer Snob Takes Charge

So, we’ve decided to mix it up a bit with this episode, MrsBeerSnob has taken the reigns and hosted this episode entitled “2015 Off to a Flier”In this episode we cover a few subjects, including handling some listeners questions.We look back fondly to the #CrawlofDoom which Steve from Beer O’Clock Show hitup Dublin, for “Research”…

Beer O’Clock Show Invades Ireland!

This is a bit of whimsical post – infact – i’m not sure it really counts – but what the heck. This coming weekend, Janice & I are delighted to be able to welcome one Steve Bentall, of the Beer O’Clock Show Podcast. The UKs best Beer Podcast. This is a “Research” mission for Steve…

Irish Beer Snob Podcast – Episode 4 – Brewdog Russian Doll

In this the 4th episode of the Irish Beer Snob Podcast, our intrepid duo take on the very impressive Brewdog Russian Doll four pack. Big thanks to Ian from 11pmsomewhere.com that arranged the pack for us as this is going to be difficult to source in Ireland due to the limited quantity that came over from…