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West Mayo Brewery of Islandeady are about to officially launch their latest beer Franconian, which has recently gone on sale locally. Caroline and Iain Price were inspired to make Franconian, a smoked beer, after visiting Höchstadt an der Aisch, a town in Northern Bavaria that is twinned with Castlebar and a place where they encountered many versions of smoked beer. They came home and developed a recipe using beech-smoked malt sourced from Franconia in Bavaria and put their own distinctive mark on their Irish version of this very special smoked beer.
There has been an exciting new addition to the night time entertainment offering in Woodquay with the arrival of Foley's Hop House.
Change comes in a variety of sizes, shapes, and flavours. There will always be those who bemoan the constant state of change. Those who, for all the new shops and restaurants we have, still feel we have lost something special by parting company with the old ones.
GUINNESS AMPLIFY gigs will be taking place in The Stock Exchange bar from today through to Sunday.
It’ll be goals and Guinness this weekend at Garveys in Eyre Square. With Electric Ceili, fresh from their appearance on Up for the Match, playing as part of the impressive Guinness Amplify concerts, rocking the crowds. And with the All Ireland Hurling Final replay on Saturday, punters at Garveys will get a free pint of Guinness every time the sliotar hits the back of the net at Croke Park.
Following on from the successful Octoberfest, The Prince Bar & Kitchen, Athlone is yet again opening its doors this year for an exciting beer festival.
At least three Westmeath projects are in with a shout for sharing in a €3m investment fund, applications for which close tonight, August 9.
Guinness & Co has just launched a major new cultural initiative, Arthur Guinness Projects, designed to champion and celebrate people whose ideas, passion, and spirit are enhancing and shaping our culture and identity.
Diageo Ireland has announced that the first group of Arthur Guinness Fund awardees have graduated from the two-year business mentoring programme. Among the 10 graduates was Clár IRD for their organic garden project, Growing Locally, in Mayfield, Claremorris. This project was the only one west of the Shannon to receive one of the 10 awards in 2010.
The Latin Quarter Galway this week announced programme details of the Guinness Live music festival which will take place from Thursday September 27 until Sunday September 30.