O'Hara's Owner Buys Eights Brands From Boyne Brewhouse
The owner of the O'Hara's craft beer, the Carlow Brewing Company, has acquired a range of beers and pre-mixed canned spirits from the Boyne Brewhouse in Co Louth.
The range of products will be sold under the Glassbox brand, the company said.
Speaking with the Irish Independent Seamus O'Hara, the company's chief executive said that production of the beers will now move from Drogheda to Co Carlow.
O'Hara said the Carlow Brewing Company has "plenty of capacity" to brew the brands it's acquiring.
"It's been challenging enough times for the sector," he told the newspaper, adding that about half the Carlow Brewing Company's volume is typically sold in Ireland and half destined for abroad, primarily to markets such as France, Germany and Italy.
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