In this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, we have the absolute pleasure of chatting to Mark & Vivienne from Lineman Brewing based in Rathcoole, in West Dublin. We get to find out their beer journey, how they became a team that produce a great product.
On the night we were drinking the following beers from Lineman
Lineman are distributed nationwide by Four Corners and are available in cans, bottles, and kegs. Keep your eyes peeled on their social media channels for updates on new beer releases, and all things Lineman.
On this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast we are delighted to be joined by Junior and Cris from Hopfully Brewing.
We get to hear more about their ethos, and their story from where they started to where they are now, and what their future plans are.
Hopfully are currently running a crowdfunding campaign, you can find our more details here
You can find Hopfully's Social media profiles below, and their website.
Hopfully are distributed by Radical Drinks nationwide, and are looking to export so if you're interested get in touch with the guys.
In this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, we catch up with long time friend of the show David Guilfoyle, head brewer of Dundalk Bay Brewery naturally enough from Dundalk, Co Louth in the North East of Ireland.
We chat through his brewing pedigree to his current home.
While chatting we drank the following beers from Brewmaster
In this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, we chat with Grainne & Tim from Waterford's Metalman Brewing who celebrated 10 years of brewing this year.
We look back over their history, their future plans and their new range of beers.
While speaking to Grainne & Tim we drank the following beers.
You can buy their beers directly from their webstore
You can follow Metalman Brewing on their social media channels on the links below
In this latest podcast episode we catch up with Brian from Craic Beer Community. We look back over his first 12 months building up Craic Beer Community.
We have a great old wide ranging chinwag all while supping some great Irish Independent Beers.
Janice & I were drinking the following beers while recording
Other Irish based podcasts we talk about on the show are
In this latest episode we are joined by Aidan Murphy, Founder of Galway Hooker Brewery, and Niall Mahon, Sales Manager to look back over the last 15 years and look forward to a bright future. Spoiler, I think Niall is itching to go to their export markets!
During the show we drank the flagship Irish Pale Ale, and their special edition 15th Anniversary Double IPA. If you want to get that beer, you'll have to be quick as it's all sold from the brewery, so keep your eyes peeled in your favourite local off licence. We purchased ours from 57 The Headline
In this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, Janice & Wayne are joined by Marcus Robinson, of Reel Deel Brewery.
Coinciding with their beers launched in cans we drink 3 from the core range
You can find Reel Deel on the socials, links are below.
So give them a follow.
In this latest podcast, we are delighted to have been joined by Carla & Sean from Widestreet Brewing in Ballymahon, Co Longford. In what is one of our longest podcasts in ages, we have a good old chinwag about how the came into being, and how they've become part of the community in Ballymahon. We also need to speak about what Sean said.
While chatting away we enjoyed the following beers
"What does an American Craft Beer Ambassador do?" - Well, we are delighted to have the lovely Lotte Peplow from the Brewer's Association to talk all things beer, and her journey in Beer. We have a good old chinwag.
What are your American Craft Beer memories? Let's face it, in Ireland we do look west for inspiration quite a lot.