Over the last few weeks you may have seen a great amount of mentions about Boundary across the media. Boundary is a Co operative brewery based in Belfast looking to kick start the next phase of breweries in Northern Ireland. Over the last 18 months we have seen a dramatic increase in breweries popping up all […]Read more "Do you own a brewery? Well I do now-Steven Barr"
So you may have noticed we’ve change our look a little, thanks again to Barry again for all the work.Let us know your thoughts! Since handing the blog over It’s been hectic for the guys to get stuff sorted between holidays etc but a welcome return to normal service is on the way. I will be […]Read more "Rebrand & catching up"
Well what a few weeks we’ve had so lets catch up before a few reviews: Firstly BeerClubBelfast announced their beer dinner night in association with The Barking Dog on the 9th July, £50 for four courses including their fantastic shin burger! This is also part of the BrewBot tour, if anyone is interested get in […]Read more "SMASH & Go"
With craft cans starting to emerge here this is a rather interesting discussion. Let us know your thoughts & experiences with craft cans. Thanks again to Callum for this. D The Great Debate: Cans Vs Bottles Change is afoot in the beer brewing industry. Canned beer is traditionally synonymous with a lacklustre and inferior product […]Read more "Guest Blog – Cans Vs Bottles by Callum"
Couple of quick updates, we are updating the craft beer spots blog with a more up to date information on their stock as in the space of a year the shops have all changed quite a lot so keep an eye out for updates on that. Secondly one final reminder that tomorrow BeerClubBelfast meet the […]Read more "Canned goods"
We contacted Mark from SPBW NI and asked him to give us a insight to SPBW NI, It’s history and what’s next for them. On a side note the guys are looking for someone to help with PR offline and online so if you would like to help or want any more information don’t hesitate […]Read more "Guest Blog – SPBW NI by Mark Hutchinson"
Originally posted on Kinnegar Brewing:
Kinnegar celebrates the deep Donegal roots of Ireland’s first Ryder Cup captain with its latest special brew, Otway. Although we know that Paul McGinley is a proud Guinness drinker, the beer that honours him is a very drinkable 4.2% pale ale perfect for the the long light days of a sporting summer.…