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We’re excited to be heading to the RDS for a brand spanking new festival this month! Bite Food Festival takes place in the main hall of the RDS from Thursday 19th-Sunday 22nd. Over four days, 150 artisan food and drink stalls will be on offer to tantalise your taste buds. Also featured at the festival will be food demos, cookery classes, the food bloggers stage, wine & beer master class and the weird food challenge. We will be in the craft beer corner serving up our finest Pale Ale, Heatsink and Equinox and maybe a new seasonal 😉 Keep an eye on our social media pages for ticket giveaways in the coming week!Read More
After the fantastic weekend we had in 2014, we are delighted to be heading to Savour Kilkenny once again. The festival takes place over the bank holiday weekend throughout the medieval city of Kilkenny, with plenty on offer for all the family. Food demos, Junior Masterchef, chocolatier masterclasses, baking competitions, willow fence weaving and the 2015 Irish Conker Championships are just a few events taking place with much much more on offer as well (including a giant inflatable pig!).
So once you’ve sampled plenty of Kilkenny’s finest delicacies you will obviously need some beer to wash it all down! Luckily, we’ll be right on hand to help, with our Pale Ale, Windjammer and Heatsink, depending on what takes your fancy. You’ll find us in the
man creche Craft Beer Tent, and this year we’ll also have beer to take home so the savouring can continue for longer!
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We decided to team up with the nice peeps at Every Can Counts (ECC) to help raise awareness of the value of recycling our beer cans. ECC is a nationwide initiative set up by Alupro to promote the recycling of drinks cans at home and at work. Approximately 500,000,000 drinks cans are used in Ireland each year (including our Pale Ale, Equinox and Heatsink) with the material they are made from endlessly recyclable. One of the reasons that we decided to go with cans in the first place is because of the ease of recycling the aluminium. And no, we don’t just mean that it’s easier than going to the bottle bank Did you know your empty beer can could be a new beer can in less than 60 days? Amazeballs, as the young folk are wont to say!
With limited resources on our lovely planet (and with craft brewing often being so resource-intensive in many other ways, like water usage) it’s really important to recycle drinks cans whenever it’s possible, rather than just chucking them in the bin. Live green people!Read More