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Dead Centre Brewing in the heart of Athlone town centre provided the atmospheric backdrop for ‘Taste the Island’, a Failte Ireland hosted series of workshops initiative aimed at developing a strong programme of food and drink experiences.
Dead Centre Brewing in Custume Place, Athlone, will be the venue for a forthcoming food and drink experience workshop to which local businesses are invited.
Athlone brewing company Dead Centre Brewing which will soon open its doors to the Midlands public at Custume Pier, will exhibit produce at Ireland’s largest craft drinks gathering, the Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair which returns to the Convention Centre Dublin from March 14-16.
It is hard to believe that Brasserie on the Corner has been around for as long as it has. It seems like only yesterday that the team were putting the finishing touches to it, yet that was way back in July 2012, and it has been going from strength to strength ever since. Opened on a disused corner of Eglinton Street, The Brasserie brought life back to this slightly down-at-heel area. It benefits by being run by the same people that have the popular Dáil Bar, The Front Door, and Tom Sheridan’s in Knocknacarra, a professional team that do not tend to miss a trick, and from being under the watchful eye of Eimear Killian, one of the best general managers in the business.
The College of Naturopathic Medicine will host a health talk on fermented foods and their benefits for optimal gut health on Saturday, August 19, at 2pm.
More than 2,000 years ago Hippocrates the Greek physician stated that “all disease begins in the gut”. This statement holds some truth even to this day.
There has been an exciting new addition to the night time entertainment offering in Woodquay with the arrival of Foley's Hop House.
Red Kettle Theatre Company make their debut at Roscommon Arts Centre next Tuesday and Wednesday November 26 and 27 with a brand new production Beyond the Brooklyn Sky, written by Michael Hilliard Mulcahy and directed by Peter Sheridan.
What’s for Dinner?
This Bank Holiday weekend sees the Oslo Bar and Microbrewery hosting the Brewers on the Bay Beer Festival from 3pm on Saturday and Sunday. It promises to be a celebration of craft brews and all things beer related.