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Guinness’s new Irish rivals

Since Arthur Guinness first started brewing stout in the late 18th Century, very few other breweries have successfully produced the beer in its ancestral home – until now.
Read more… 27 February 2014


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Whisky returns to the Irish Midlands

Construction has started on a new distillery that is both bringing Tullamore’s namesake spirit back home and inspiring a new generation of craft distillers in the region.
Read more… 15 July 2013


Exploring the food capital of Ireland

Not only does Cork revel in its reputation for fine food and drink, the city also regards itself as the country’s only genuine guardian of Celtic culture.
Read more… 15 March 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to drinking in Dublin

The best way to truly understand Ireland’s capital city is to cross a pub’s threshold for a night of raucous conversation, impromptu sing-songs and plenty of black velvet pints.
Read more… 01 March 2013


Ten culinary weekends in Europe

From ale in the Lake District to pasta in Bologna to wine in Bordeaux — food and travel make perfect companions.
Read more… 06 February 2013


Dublin's recessionary restaurant boom

Thanks to falling rents and tightened purse strings, a wave of well-travelled restaurateurs are infusing the city with smaller, more affordable establishments.
Read more… 25 April 2012


A locals' guide to Dublin's pubs

Dubliners reveal their favourite places for a proper pint, traditional music and good craic.
Read more… 12 March 2012


Insider’s guide to County Cork

Ireland’s largest county is a haven for cosy restaurants, bustling markets and hands-on cooking classes.
Read more… 31 January 2012


Finding modern Irish food in Dublin

With a good nose for it, you can track down top Irish nosh all over town. Here are a few of our favourite places.
Read more… 08 June 2011


Beyond the Headlines

A guide to the lingo and history of whiskey

Everything you always wanted to know about the popular spirit but were too embarrassed to ask.
Read more… 18 March 2011


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