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.
In this episode we have tasting of Little Fawn, the Session IPA by White Hag, and we listen to Wayne reminisce about a wild day and night in Sligo.
Brewmaster, Joe Kearns also provides us with an interview.
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In this bonus episode, Team Irish Beer Snob get an exclusive tasting of the Barrel Aged Brett Pale Ale by White Hag.
This beer was originally available at the Alltech Brews & Food Fest and has now been released in a very limited edition of bottles, dropping in the country’s finest pubs and off licences.
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Here we have it, the second episode of the Irish Beer Snob Podcast, in a first, its a joint one with Mrs Irish Beer Snob. Here we discuss our recent experiences at the Irish Craft Beer and Cider Festival in Dublins RDS, this past weekend.
It was four days, 200 different beers, numerous festival specials and great food.
|Janice and her conquering beard!
Here is some further info on the items we spoke about in the news section;
1: Meath Homebrew Club – 1st Meeting is the 7th October in The Central Bar Navan, more information is available at this thread over at National Homebrew Clubs Forum
2: This is big news, Smyth’s Beer Garden Festival in Smyth’s on the Square in Navan on Saturday the 27th September from 4pm, we have 6 brewers, 1 cider maker and one distributor on board meaning some great local beers in a great local. Tickets are €10, and can be bought at the bar / off licence in Smyth’s, online via www.eventbrite.ie, and cash on the door. Your entrance includes, Food, live music, and 2 tokens (which is a pint or two halves!)
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