Hand crafted beer brand Five Lamps has officially opened a brewery and visitor centre in the premises which previously housed the Palace Hotel, on Camden street, Dublin.
This former cinema played host to the Theatre De Luxe in the early 20th century and also featured in scenes from the well-known Dublin musical and comedy-drama ‘The Commitments’.
While respecting its original features and illustrious past, the brewer explained, the building has undergone a 'radical modernisation and transformation' which includes a first floor dedicated to the Five Lamps Dublin Brewery.
“Steeped in local history and respectfully restored, this iconic city centre location represents our defining qualities,” said Ross Bissett, general manager of the Five Lamps Dublin Brewery.
“This is an appropriate setting for us to welcome visitors and share our story, showcase our passion for handcrafted brewing and experience the authenticity of Five Lamps.,”
Visitors will be guided through the brewing process as well as taken on a 45 minute tour of the new Five Lamps Dublin Brewery.
“Quintessentially of Dublin and experienced through such an original Brewery Tour, visitors will leave with a deeper understanding of Five Lamps; the ingredients beyond the barley, yeast and hops, and a gain a greater appreciation for the skill, inspiration and dedication that goes into creating our beer,” William Harvey, Master Brewer, Five Lamps explained.
Five Lamps is apart of the C&C Group. The drinks giant's other brands include Bulmers and Finches soft drinks.
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