From 8 to 10 September 2016, Ireland’s largest craft beer event will host over 50 breweries and cider makers. More than 300 Irish-produced beverages will be available to attendees this year. Additionally, Logan Plant’s Beavertown and Odell’s Brewery from the USA are also participating.
Visitors will be granted unlimited access to brewers, festival-exclusive brews, and master classes featuring Irish top chef, Kevin Dundun and the master of craft in the United States, Doug Odell.
The Independent Irish Craft Beer symbol will also be introduced during the festival. It offers reassurance to consumers that the beer they are buying is from an independently-owned, small-scale microbrewery as recognised by Revenue, and that the brewer has complete ownership of the brand.
Last year, more than 12,000 visitors came to the Irish Craft Beer Festival. Given the record number of breweries and cider makers set to attend, a record turnout is expected for this year.
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