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The Government’s confirmation that Ireland’s ‘wet pubs’ can open on September 21 is a welcome announcement but restrictions on punters sitting at pub counters need to be relaxed, that is the assessment of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) Galway county chairman, Joe Sheridan.
The latest announcement by the Government to delay the reopening of pubs has been criticised by the Galway chairman of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) Cllr Joe Sheridan.
The Government has abandoned the 3,500 smaller pubs across Ireland following their decision to stop pubs from reopening next week according to the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) and the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI).
The decision by the Government to delay the reopening of pubs in Ireland for another three weeks has been described by the Galway chairman of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI), Cllr Joe Sheridan, as "gut-wrenching".
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has welcomed the publication of the Programme for Government as an important step in the process of providing key supports for the pub trade during an extremely challenging period for the sector.
Two prominent Athlone publicans have rebuked proposals outlined by both the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) and Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) aimed at convincing public health officials to permit bars to open six weeks earlier than as originally planned.
Alcohol is a contributory factor in 38 per cent of fatal crashes in the lead up to Christmas, a Road Safety Authority (RSA) analysis of Garda data for fatal crashes in the months of November and December has found.
There will be a no nonsense approach from the gardai towards drunk and disorderly behaviour during the Galway Races.
The inaugural National Irish Pub Awards 2017 initiative was launched in Dublin recently.
New research reveals that more than 50 per cent of the population visit the pub at least once a week, while as a nation we retain a deep affinity for the Irish pub as a social hub at the heart of local communities.