We’ve not podcasted in ages, so it only takes a pandemic to get us back behind the Mic!
In this episode we are tasting 3 lovely beers from Dublin’s Hope Beer.
- Hop On Session IPA
- Pineapple & Passionfruit Sour
- Foreign Export Stout
We also talk about how things are going during these strange times for our island, including the example of collaboration and great community spirit demonstrated by Craig P Kearney who took a rambling twitter thread of mine, and collated it all into one handy page for everyone to use to buy direct from Irish Breweries. Check it out https://directfrombrewery.com/ – anyone out there who wants to be added hit us up and we’ll get it updated pronto. Twitter thread below 👇
As always thanks for tuning in, our podcast is available on iTunes (Apple), Sticther Radio, and direct download here
In this latest interview we visited Larkins Brewing Company in Kilcoole County Wicklow, just outside Dublin, and right next to one of my favourite golf courses in the country, Druid’s Glen
We chat to Cillian about the brewery, how it came about and how it really is a family business. We looked back over their 1st 12 months when they launched at the RDS beer festival to where they are now, and where they’re looking at going.
The beers coming out of Larkins are really good and there will no doubt be more to come. A keen young brewer Cian Hurley, is heading up the production side, while brother Nick helping out full time too. There is a nice feel to the space and environment.
You can follow them online on social media at the following
Facebook: Larkins on Facebook
Instagram: Larkins on Instagram
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In this long over due episode we look back at our recent beery adventures while supping Whiplash’s collab with Wylam, Do you wanna touch me, and their DIPA, Eventually
We looked back over the last month or so, at Hagstravaganza, Big Grill Festival, and AbvFest.
Some snaps from these events too
Links to places mentioned in the podcast;
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As always get in touch with us with your thoughts especially regarding phones in pubs, and if you were at any of the events above.
In this latest episode, we taste the Magic Rock cannonballs, so that’s their regular Cannonball IPA, with their annual specials Human & Unhuman Cannonball. This year sees a new special enter the fray, in the Neo Human Cannonball, a New England DIPA version.
We also look back over recent weeks, and look forward to the events taking place around the country to celebrate Indie Beer Week which is a series of events taking place in many of Ireland’s Craft Breweries – be sure to check out the events in your locality
We’re also are looking forward to the following events
Hopefully we’ll see some of you there.
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Picture the scene, the Beer garden in L. Mulligan Grocers of Stoneybatter, a gorgeous sunny Saturday. What better than to spend a part of the afternoon tasting beers from North Tipperary’s Canvas Brewery along side some specially prepare dishes from the reknowned kitchen of L Mulligan Grocers
Taking the rule book of convention, and tossing it on the fires of Mad Max, listen to Maurice and Mark talk about the origins, the aspirations, and plans for Canvas.
This was recorded outdoors, and there is some background noise, and some of the audience members were quite quiet, so we’ve boosted audio as best we can
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In this latest episode we recount our recent hijinx, where we visited new and old venues for a bit of fun.
We visited Lock 13 in Sallins, Co Kildare to have a look around Kildare Brewing Company, and attend a symposium which brought together, Publicans, Brewers, Maltsters and consumers.
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