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BY DECLAN VARLEY
What a hidden secret is Bristol. I had skirted through it on the Severn Bridge heading to Cornwall over a decade ago, but it was only last month when I discovered what a true delight it is. Blessed with beautiful weather, this time I got to see a vibrant cosmopolitan city that is being referred to in the UK as Little London, because it mirrors the energy and demographic of the capital city.
Kia Motors is celebrating five million cumulative sales of its global best-selling Kia Sportage compact SUV.
A Mayo brewery will be showcasing its unique line of drinks at Ireland's largest gathering of craft brewers and distillers in Dublin next month.
The radical Left in Ireland has made significant advances since free market capitalism - which even had Insider fooled for a while - collapsed its own banking system in 2008. In that year, we were shaken unceremoniously awake from the long political sleep, which had fallen on the Western world since the fall of the Berlin Wall, by the sound of Allied Irish, the Bank of Ireland, and the rest of them, wailing at our windows for what amounted to the biggest social welfare payment in Irish history.
What a game we had last Sunday! Breathtaking, vibrant, audacious! Call it whatever you like, it was an outstanding spectacle, and breathtaking from the moment it started until it ended.
Can Galway get any better? Well now it seems so. Galway Gold has been launched ahead of Galway 2020, an initiative between Galway city pubs and Diageo, owner of Guinness, to help raise funds for the European Capital of Culture programme. The publicans of Galway, in partnership with the Guinness Brewers have decided to launch Guinness Golden Ale on draught in a select number of Galway pubs. Aptly named Galway Gold, this beer celebrates Galway’s successful bid and promotes the city as the best choice for European Capital of Culture 2020.
A pint of the gold stuff…. Galway now has its own beer!
Above Tigh Neachtain's landmark pub is home to Artisan, one of Galway's more interesting and constantly evolving restaurants. Artisan enjoy a mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship with their downstairs neighbor, Neactains, and have teamed up to offer a lunch menu. The gastropub-style lunch menu pairs each dish with a drink option such as craft beer, artisan cider or select wines from the pubs extensive beverage list.
I recently stumbled upon a 17th century song, as you do, which was dedicated to the county of Mayo. The song, titled "The County of Mayo", initially caught my eye as it was printed in the old Irish type, a rare sight nowadays. The author was a man named Thomas Lavelle who was active during the middle of the 1600s.