Podcast Episode Fifty Two – An Introduction to Canvas Brewing

Podcast Episode Fifty Two – An Introduction to Canvas Brewing

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

 

Podcast as always is available for download on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and by direct download here

Podcast Episode Fifty One – Kildare Brewing Company

Podcast Episode Fifty One – Kildare Brewing Company

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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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Podcast as always is available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and of course directly here

 

Podcast Episode Fifty – Dead Centre Brewing

Podcast Episode Fifty – Dead Centre Brewing

Athlone, a town situated on the banks of the River Shannon, literally in the middle of Ireland is about to get a new brewery. It’s first brewery in many many years. Dead Centre Brewing, quite a clever name, and nice clean branding too.

We got to sit down with Liam Tutty, founder of Dead Centre brewing, to discuss his plans for opening a brewery in Athlone, his background and of course get a taste of their new Session Pale Ale, </Sourcecode> which was launched in The Malt House that evening.

After our interview, we got to see the plans of the new brewery, and to say it’s ambitious would be an understatement, but it could very well be a template for similar across Ireland in similar sized towns.

It’s clear Liam believes strongly in local business, and supporting local as much as possible. We look forward to following his progress over the coming weeks and months. Give them a follow on twitter here , instagram , and their website here

As usual the episode can be downloaded via, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and directly here

Podcast Episode Forty Nine – The (Five) Points, are coming

Podcast Episode Forty Nine – The (Five) Points, are coming

In this latest episode we interview Francesca Slattery, the Five Points Brewing Ireland Account Manager, in advance of their launch into the Irish market with Four Corners distribution.

We taste a wide range of the portfolio of beers that will be coming into Ireland.

The launch party is taking place in Underdog, our new bar of the year 2017, on Feb 1st, don’t worry if you can’t make it they will be going nationwide from the following Monday.

You can find it on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and of course directly here

Podcast Episode Forty Eight – The Pride of Yorkshire

Podcast Episode Forty Eight – The Pride of Yorkshire

In this long overdue episode, the Irish Beer Snobs look back on their recent trip to the UK. To visit Leeds, and Dark City in the Northern Monk Refectory. A festival dedicated to the beauty of darker beers.

We also revisit our trip to one of the best taprooms in the UK, the Magic Rock Tap, in Huddersfield.

Looking forward we look forward to the next few weeks where there is events taking place;

  1. Fanah Fest – 8 Degrees, Mitchelstown, Co Cork link
  2. Brew Na Boinne – Boyne Brewhouse, Drogheda, Co Louth link
  3. NE Sippin Forecast link
  4. Big Beery Night 2017 link

Thanks for listening, you can download the episode directly here , visit iTunes or Stitcher Radio

Podcast Episode 47 – A Tale of Two Festivals

Podcast Episode 47 – A Tale of Two Festivals

In this latest episode, The Irish Beer Snob team taste the new Hope Brewery special editions, a Tropical IPA, and Tropical Sour.

We also look back at our recent visits to the Irish Craft Beer Festival in Dublin, and ABV Fest in Belfast.

Stay tuned to the end, and there’s an interview with Thomas Delaney of Galway Bay, and new Irish Brewery, Land & Labour.

Thanks for listening, What festivals are you looking forward to?

You can download the episode here, or via Stitcher Radio, and iTunes.