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Indie Beer Week : We had a blast!

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We had a blast during Indie Beer Week Ireland.

Thanks to everybody who joined us for our Big Day Out at the Brewery and on our Seafarer’s Tour of Kinnegarland.

We’re all part of a seismic shift in the balance of the beer world. No longer the exclusive remit of big, anonymous corporations, brewing is now a craft that exists at local level and enriches small communities.

We’re thrilled to have raised €1600 for Pieta House to help support suicide awareness and prevention.

Lovely to welcome our Inishowen neighbours, Boghopper Brewery from Muff, who joined us for the day and also served their beer in aid of this excellent charity. Generous contributions also came from Irish Premium Oysters who donated the freshest of fresh Donegal oysters to accompany the local beer and our homemade soft drinks.

Fed on the sublime grilled cheese sandwiches from Scarpello & Co and entertained by DJ artists Turn It On, the afternoon at K2 had a leisurely and relaxed ambience. A phenomenal preview performance from one of this year’s Earagail Arts Festival highlights, Basork, brought the curtain down on the day.

Thanks to the Local Enterprise Office who supported the nationwide initiative not only financially but also with great spirit and enthusiasm. Not the least of their contribution was John Soffe, the photographer who documented the Big Day Out so well.

Our Seafarer’s Tour had to make do with an amateur-driven dying smart phone but the Great Arch graciously makes any photographer look respectable. We were blessed with decent weather and great company from the eclectic mix of voyagers and our trusty captain and mate, Niall and Angela. What a beautiful place Kinnegarland is.

We’re already looking forward to Indie Beer Week Ireland 2018.

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Big Day Out at the Brewery : Nuts and Bolts

K2 Map BIndie Beer Week kicks off tomorrow across the country and the countdown continues to our Big Day Out at the Brewery. Here are some nuts and bolts:

You’ll find K2 in the Ballyraine Industrial Estate. It looks quite different to the idyllic setting of K1 that you see on our Facebook masthead at the moment. That just makes the surprise all the better when you go inside!

There’s parking at the brewery. Please park considerately to allow everyone to squeeze in.

The event kicks off at 2pm and runs until a punctual finish at 8pm. It’s a drop-in event — you don’t need to be there from start to finish so fit it into your day as suits you best.

Brewery tours will run every half hour or so and you can put your name on the list for the tour of your choice when you arrive. Children will be treated to Rick’s special Kid’s Brewery Tour — not to be missed. We’ll probably run this twice during the afternoon.

As well as beer, we’ll be serving homemade soft drinks including some highly experimental shrubs.

Food will be available thoughout the afternoon — Scarpello & Co’s grilled cheese sandwiches as well as fresh oysters.

We’ll be unveiling our brand new Kinnegarland poster and our traditional metal beer signs in our Kinnegar corner shop. We’ll also have the usual T-shirts, hoodies, glasses and gift packs.

Tours and demos will finish up by 5.30pm, in time for Basork’s live performance shortly after 6pm.

All beer will be served in return for a donation to Pieta House.

And remember, the event is booked out so please don’t travel, if you’re not already on the list.


Indie Beer Week : Music menu takes shape for Big Day Out at the Brewery

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***This event is now booked out***

Just as the drinks menu nears completion for our Big Day Out at the Brewery next Saturday, the musical menu has now taken proper shape.

Turn It On play music everywhere it’s needed — including K2! They’ll entertain us from around 3–5pm. A community of music lovers, Turn It On run vinyl nights and DJ events, festivals and parties.

Shortly after 6pm we’ll be treated to a special preview performance from one of the artists performing at this year’s Earagail Arts Festival. The 10-piece Basork fusion group will fill K2 with Balkan-Irish sounds in what promises to be a lively curtain-closer to the big day.

Indie Beer Week Ireland kicks off on Friday next, 23 June and runs until Sunday 2 July. Throughout the country, 27 independent Irish breweries will invite their local communities to visit them for special events to discover where and how real beer is made.

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A Seafarer’s Guide to Kinnegarland: Brewery Boat Trip, Wednesday 28 June

Boat Trip Through Kinnegarland

Ever seen the Kinnegar from the sea? Or wondered where Scraggy Bay is? Any ideas on Limeburner, Otway or the Devil’s Backbone?

As part of Indie Beer Week Ireland, we’re going on a brewery boat trip of Kinnegarland on Rathmullan’s favourite charter boat, the Swilly Explorer. We’ll cruise up the Swilly to see as many of Kinnegarland’s landmarks as we can find, tasting a little of each beer as we go.

The tour departs the pontoon in Rathmullan at 5pm on Wednesday 28 June. Places are very limited and are available on a first come, first served basis. The boat trip costs €20 and is of course weather permitting.

To book ring us on 074 915 8874 or 086 830 1392. You may book for a maximum of two people.


Rule of Three : Kinnegar and the Canal

It’s finally time to pour Rule of Three, the beer we brewed in late November in collaboration with our pals at Siphon Brewing. The event, Smaakdown17, takes place at Siphon Brewing’s home, the renowned Siphon restaurant on the banks of the canal 10km from Bruges.

So what does “Siphon” mean? A quick look at the criss-crossing landscape of canals and country roads outside the brewery door provides a clue. An equally quick bit of research confirms our host Breandán Kearney’s explanation. “When water has to be carried across a road which is at the same level as or below the canal bottom, an inverted siphon is used instead of a culvert. The siphon effect.”

And in the canals? According to the Michelin Guide “People come to this restaurant from around the Flemish countryside to enjoy the house speciality, eel, as well as their grilled dishes.”

So saltwater, sweet water, hares and eels combine this Friday evening for Smaakdown17 near the picturesque village of Damme in Belgium. On Saturday you’ll find it at the Bruges Beer Festival. We can’t wait.

Read John Rega’s article about the Rule of Three collaboration here.

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Dates for Kinnegar Brewing Academy, Spring 2017

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To all those of you who have been trying to get your Christmas presents sorted in good time, our most humble apologies. We do admit that it’s tough buying your beer-loving loved one a brewing course when the dates for it aren’t even set. Now they are!

Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 April 2017

You’ll find full details about the Academy here. And this is what some of our hard-working participants have had to say about their experience of past Academies:

Thanks again for a wonderful weekend, the course exceeded all my expectations and it truly nice to know that everyone in your brewery seems to be warm, humorous, humble and passionate in their craft which makes me happy knowing my hard earned cash is going to a good place and not just some evil bastards who want to make a stack of cash.
AG, Spring 2016 (Bucket & Spade)

It was absolutely fantastic! It was such an eyeopener to the science and hard graft that goes into brewing at such a big scale. Rick, you did well to keep talking the whole 2 days. Your throat must be killing today… But everything you said was insightful!
JC, Autumn 2015 (Flying Saucer)

Have to say I really enjoyed the whole weekend and was sorry I had to take off before the first sparge. I was looking forward to cleaning out the mash, honestly.
DL, Autumn 2015 (Flying Saucer)

The combination of theory and practice was not only hugely informative, but thoroughly enjoyable and if anyone thought that brewing craft beer was easy, they only had to be with Kevin and you on the Sunday to see the time and effort it takes to create a masterpiece.
JK, Autumn 2016 (Bucket Brigade)

I enjoyed the weekend immensely. What with Rathmullan’s splendid accommodation and food; the guys’ great company and your own lucid tutoring I am so glad I made the trip.
EW, Autumn 2015 (Flying Saucer)

And of course the prescient email we received from Ben Tyler in December 2015:

Hi Rick,
How did the beer taste today, are we on to a gold medal?
Kind regards,
Ben

One Dublin Beer Cup gold medal and a Beoir “Champion Beer of Ireland” award later, the true value of a place on the Brewing Academy becomes clear!


Hectic summer tour and festival schedule for Kinnegar

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Midsummer’s day. But only the beginning of summer for everybody here at Kinnegar. On top of a non-stop brewing schedule and our usual weekly labours, the next 12 weeks are crammed full of brewery tours and festivals.

Regular Wednesday and Saturday brewery tours kick off on Wednesday 6 July and we’ll be on tour for five festivals over the course of the summer (see details here).

All hands to the pump…

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‘Untitled’ Kettle Sour IV ready for Belfast Craft Beer Fest

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What? No proper name! That’s right, the fourth in our Kettle Sour Series is being subjected to the usual agonising journey through the tortured terrain of Rick’s brain in the hunt for a name. Making the beer must be a piece of cake by comparison…

We’re loading in for the new Belfast Craft Beer Fest this Wednesday evening but the ultimate deadline for the name is David’s departure from Donegal on Thursday morning. By then he needs a tapbadge in his pocket. And until then, Rick refuses to break a sweat.

You’ve already experienced Geuzberry, Brownknowe and High Glen. This new member of the kettle sour family takes its cue from the white wine making regions of southern Germany, engaging the lovely Hallertau Blanc hop in a recipe for Spring.

Join us on the Lagan this Thursday, Friday and Saturday for a brand new festival experience. We’ll publish our full beer listing shortly. And yes, the words White and Black do figure prominently on the menu.

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Belfast beats the craft beer drum

April has a distinctly busy feel to it, despite the absence of its usual tenant, Easter. Amongst a lengthening list of activities, two trips to Belfast feature prominently on the Kinnegar calendar. We’re not the only ones focussed on the Lagan — The Guardian has already been doing some legwork scouting for craft beer (> read here):

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Tomorrow, Saturday 9 April, Rick will be at BrewBot for a Kinnegar Tap Takeover featuring an eclectic-sounding beer and food pairing menu. Tickets for the main menu are long sold out but don’t let that stop you going along to enjoy the full range of beers.

And on 21/22/23 April, we’ll be setting out our stall for the inaugural Belfast Craft Beer Festival at Custom House Square. There we’ll join an impressive line-up of friends and colleagues from Ireland’s fertile brewing landscape.

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Bumper weekend with celebrations on 3 fronts

We’re generally a bit shy about banging the drum but we really do want to celebrate the achievements of this past weekend. Not least because we want to acknowledge the contribution our colleagues, friends, customers and partners have made to each of these successes!

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On Friday at the Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair in Dublin’s Convention Centre we were thrilled to accept the gold medal awarded to Flying Saucer, our Special Export Stout, in the Dublin Craft Beer Cup. This latest medal now hangs proudly beside the silvers and bronzes won by Black Bucket, Rustbucket, Devil’s Backbone and Yannaroddy in 2014 and 2015. And it’s not just the team here at Kinnegar who are gloating — Flying Saucer is the beer made during our first ever Kinnegar Brewing Academy last November, so we have a small army of brewing assistants whose names will forever be associated with the achievement.*

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RB Overview.jpgOn a weekend of pleasant surprises, Sunday morning brought two more reasons to smile. Beoir is an independent group of consumers with the primary goal of supporting and raising awareness of Ireland’s native independent microbreweries. Beoir’s annual awards seek to identify the drinkers’ favourites amongst the beers brewed in Ireland. We are honoured to see Rustbucket standing tall in the First Runner Up spot on this prestigious winner’s podium. Thank you to each and every one of the voters who supported Rustbucket. We are immensely proud.

McKenna Guides Top 100 Restaurants 2016 | The Taproom

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And to crown a dizzying day, in the Sunday Times John and Sally McKenna again named the Taproom as one of the McKenna Guides Top 100 Restaurants in Ireland. What more could we ask for in the week when we gear up to reopen after a short winter break? We’re very grateful to our partners and pals at Rathmullan House and Scarpello & Co for helping us make the Taproom such a success. Great beer deserves great pizza in a great place!

* Upcoming Academy dates: Sat&Sun 30 April/1 May and 15/16 October

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Five great last-minute Christmas gift ideas for your favourite beer lover

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NO.1 | €140

The Kinnegar Brewing Academy

Academy for Christmas

Our first Kinnegar Brewing Academy was a howling success. Now we’ve planned another. Delight your beer-mad loved one with a voucher for our next 2-day theory-and-practice blitz on Saturday 30 April & Sunday 1st May 2016.

> Read more about the Kinnegar Brewing Academy

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NO.2 | €30

The Kinnegar Hoodie

Hoodies for Christmas

As worn by bona fide Kinnegar brewers! The Kinnegar-lover’s fashion statement non plus ultra. Our hoodies come in two different styles — zipped and pouch — and in several different colours. Sizes from Small to XL.

Pouch: Navy / Red
Zipped: Rust / Dark Green / Vintage Red

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NO.3 | €18

Kinnegar Glassware

Glasses for Christmas

Your dearly beloved Kinnegar fan has probably spent the last 12 months nobly resisting the urge to pilfer a Kinnegar glass from some unsuspecting Kinnegar outlet. You can reward that fortitude with a 6-pack of Kinnegar glasses. We recommend our 300ML stemmed model for use with our bottled beers but our pint glasses are also lovely.

N.B. Neither brewer nor brewery dog currently available. Glasses only!

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NO.4 | €15

The Kinnegar T

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No self-respecting Kinnegar fan should be without their Kinnegar T-shirt. Three designs available.

The Classic (Super-Kinnegarman) S M L XL 2XL
Limeburner Blue / Devil’s Backbone Red / Rustbucket Orange / Scraggy Bay Yellow / Yannaroddy Purple / Black

Finger Puppets S M L
Black / Red / Royal Blue

Kinnegar Concert Tour S M L
Black / Royal Blue / Anthracite Grey

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NO.5 | €10

The Kinnegar Brewery Tour Voucher

Brewery Tours for Christmas

Stocking filler, Chriskindle, treat for yourself — give somebody something they can really look forward to. Our brewery tours are informative, entertaining and enlightening.

> Read more about Kinnegar brewery tours

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Don’t delay!

Order your Kinnegar Christmas gifts by Sunday 20 December to ensure delivery before the big day.

  • Post & packaging costs not included in above prices (we keep them to an absolute minimum).
  • Payment by PayPal or bank transfer.
  • Orders by email on info@kinnegarbrewing.ie or by telephone on +353 74 915 8874 or +353 86 830 1392.

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Christmas & New Year brewery tours

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To salve your conscience and balance your seasonal indulgences with some proper eduction (and entertainment), plan a visit to the brewery to discover how Kinnegar beers are made. Tours are planned as followed:

Saturday 19 December, 12 noon
Tuesday 29 December, 1pm
Thursday 31 December, 1pm

We’ll add additional tour times on these days, if needed. Remember that you must book in advance on 086 830 1392. Tours cost €10 and last approximately one and a quarter hours.

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SOAK heads stellar cast for Taproom Christmas Concert

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Last year’s inaugural Taproom Christmas Concert was a memorable event with Donegal artists Sarah E Cullen, Jonathan Smeaton and Calamity Gin & the Sourtones getting a great reception from a packed house.

This year we’re proud to announce that we’ve lured our headline act from just a few miles further away: Mercury Award nominated SOAK from Derry takes to the stage, thanks to Earagail Arts Festival and Attica Audio.

SOAK is supported by London-based singer-songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Hannah Peel, as well as the incomparable Sarah E Cullen.

The concert is on Saturday 19 December and begins at 8pm, with pizzas and beer served from 5pm. Tickets cost just €8 and are available here. Don’t delay!

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Last few spots at the Kinnegar Brewing Academy open to day pupils

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We have plenty of boarders signed up for a weekend of brewing and country house comfort on the 27/28 November. Now we’re opening up the remaining few places to day pupils.

The Academy itself costs €140. Lunches on Saturday and Sunday, as well as Saturday evening dinner in the Cook & Gardener, are optional. They’re bound to be an integral part of the social experience so miss them at your peril!

If you wish to book, contact Rathmullan House on 074 915 8188.


The Big Draw: Are YOU the winner of a spot at the Kinnegar Brewing Academy?


Kinnegar Brewing Academy & Rathmullan House combine the theory and practice of brewing with country house hospitality

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Not many breweries rub shoulders with 4-star country house hotels but Kinnegar is lucky enough to do just that. Those of you who have already visited Kinnegarland know that our taproom resides in the cellar of Rathmullan House, a much-loved seaside retreat on the shores of Lough Swilly. Now you have the opportunity to spend a weekend at the hotel while you learn the theory and practice of brewing.

Day 1 – Brewing Theory (at Rathmullan House)
We cover the cornerstones of brewing, from raw materials through brewhouse operations, fermentation, conditioning and packaging.

Day 2 – Practical Brewing (at Kinnegar Brewing)
As a group we will formulate a recipe for and brew a Kinnegar Special. So, put your wellies on and grab a shovel, it’s time to dig out that lauter tun!

This will be a hands-on experience so we can accommodate a maximum of 12 pupils on the course. For more information and reservations, visit the Rathmullan House website. If you entered our Festival competition to win a spot on this wonderful weekend, we’ll be announcing the winner this week!

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Kinnegar crew double-jobbing on the brewery catwalk

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No need to arrange a special photoshoot to present our new T-shirt designs to the rest of the world. Just line up some of the usual suspects on any sunny day and Bob’s your uncle.

Tom, Manon and Louise already had 6 hours of hard labour under their belts by the time this photo was taken today. Still looking good!

T-shirt stock for the Irish Craft Beer Festival at the RDS this weekend is already packed. Hoodies too! See you there.

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Change to brewery tour schedule as festivals take over

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With all resources channeled towards the Big Grill and the Irish Craft Beer & Cider Festival, a couple of breaks in our regular tour regime are inevitable. We will have no tours on Saturday 15 August or Saturday 29 August. Our popular Wednesday tours continue uninterrupted!

Remember to book tours several days in advance to avoid disappointment. It’s a very small brewery and we have limited spaces available. You can reserve your spot on 074 915 8874 or 086 830 1392.

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Hillfolk Noir return to Rathmullan for an unmissable concert, Wednesday 15 July

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How many places in Ireland can claim they’ve staged a Hillfolk Noir concert? Very few! Teenchy-weenchy little Rathmullan had the honour of hosting this wonderfully eclectic trio from the States during SeaFest 2012. The concert was memorable; the session in the White Harte afterwards was mythical.

Kinnegar is thrilled to rekindle Rathmullan’s unique association with a band whose music has been described by legendary BBC presenter “Whispering” Bob Harris as “amazing”. Together with Earagail Arts Festival we’re bringing Hilfolk Noir back to the shores of Lough Swilly where they will play in the tent at the Taproom on Wednesday 15 July.

Visit Hillfolk Noir’s website to hear them playing what has been described as music “filtered through a country-tinged, swampy-swingin’, hillbilly-delta-blues-ragtime word machine”. They call it Junkerdash, and it’s a sound brewed from folk, bluegrass, punk, string-band blues and other influences musical and otherwise.

Tickets cost €10 and the gig starts at 8pm.

> Listen to Hillfolk Noir
> Book tickets now for Wednesday 15 July

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This weekend: Brewery tours and Taproom opening hours

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Our neighbours across the border are a week ahead of us in the Bank Holiday stakes so the brewery and Taproom are gearing up for two busy weekends in a row.

We have brewery tours on Saturdays 23 and 30 May at 4pm. Pre-booking is essential on 086 830 1392 or 074 915 8874. As always, we’ll add an extra tour, if the demand is there.

The Taproom enters new territory this weekend, opening for drinks alone from 1pm, with the pizza oven warming up for a 5pm kick-off. From existing Rathmullan House bookings we already know that Saturday is going to be a very busy evening. Sunday and Monday look like being a little less hectic so plan accordingly, if time is of the essence.

Saturday 23 | Drinks only from 1pm; pizzas 5–9pm
Sunday 24 | Drinks only from 1pm; pizzas 5–9pm
Monday 25 | Pizzas and beer 1–9pm

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Taproom opening hours for April and Bank Holiday weekends

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With the dust settling on a frantically busy Easter period, we’re rubbing our eyes and trying to readjust our focus to the future. Some deity in the sky was definitely smiling on Ireland for the holiday period! The magnolia blossoms smiling on Kemal’s new pizza oven are wondering just what has hit them now that normal weather services have resumed.

Having limbered up for the season, the Taproom will be open for the coming period as follows:

Friday 17 and Saturday 18 April,  5–9pm
Saturday 25 April, 5–9pm, followed by our Taproom Concert with Pearse McGloughlin and John Muldowney

May Bank Holiday weekend:
Friday 1 May, 5–9pm
Saturday / Sunday / Monday 1–9pm

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Taproom Concert with Pearse McGloughlin and John Muldowney, Saturday 25 April

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We’re delighted to announce our next Taproom Concert in association with Earagail Arts Festival and Bluestack Records.

Pearse McGloughlin is an artist and songwriter from Sligo, Ireland. He has released three albums to critical acclaim: Busy Whisper (2009), In Movement (2012) and Idiot Songs (2013) in collaboration with composer Justin Grounds. Pearse’s work often deals in literary and philosophical themes; Idiot Songs drew largely from Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Idiot while In Movement reworks John Keats and Carson McCullers. His music has been described as captivating, elegant and nuanced and has featured in The Irish Times, BBC Northern Ireland, RTE 2FM, Lyric FM, Radio1 as well as at festivals such as Body and Soul, Electric Picnic and Other Voices.

“…soft-focused, mellow tunes delivered with quietly assured authority…”
— Jim Carroll, The Irish Times

Pearse will be supported by one of this area’s musical favourites, John Muldowney, whose guest appearance with Jonathan Smeaton was one of the highlights of our famous Taproom Christmas Concert in December.

The concert starts at 9pm and tickets cost €5 through the events page of our website.

www.pearsemcgloughlin.com

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Kinnegar’s Easter Bunny

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These days there are so many beer events on the festival landscape that it’s hard to keep track of them, let alone attend them. One of the longest standing and most revered celebrations of craft beer in the country is the Easter Festival at Corks’s Franciscan Well, right smack bang in the middle of the city.

Even though we were tied up in Donegal, Kinnegar got a great spin out in Cork thanks to Mark Cadden and Phil Tavey from our distributers, Grand Cru. Mark knows the birthplace of the product he represents better than most: his grand aunt was one of Rathmullan’s much loved grand dames, Dympna Maguire, while his parents, Eugene and Eileen, retired to Rathmullan a couple of years ago and now enjoy life in our own community.

Mark and Phil get top Kinnegar marks for their splendid point of sale display at the Franciscan Well. And good news for his legion of fans — the White Rabbit will be back on the landscape for a lengthy summer spell.


In Their Thousands on the road in Germany

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Two of our favourite things: In Their Thousands and Germany. This photo was taken at our brewery party in September 2013 when we celebrated our new venture with family and friends. It was quite a night and ITT brought a whole new meaning to the term ‘garage band’ .

We’ll have to leave it to our German friends to make the most of this great opportunity to see four talented musicians from Donegal on continental soil. Tour dates and events as follows:

14.04. NRW TV Late Night Show
15.04. Oberhausen – Druckluft with Support Act Pele Caster
16.04. Düsseldorf – Exit (Koyote Club) with Support Act Karsten Dylan (Solo – The Buggs)
17.04. Köln – Weltempfänger
18.04. (DAYTIME) Mönchengladbach – MG Kitchen TV
18.04. (NIGHTTIME) Mainz – Kulturclub Schon Schön with Support Act ROMIE
19.04. Frankfurt (Dreieich) – Wohnzimmerkonzert with Support Act ROMIE (Unplugged)
21.04. Gießen – Ulenspiegel with Special Support Act HONIG (Solo)
22.04. Hamburg – Birdland with Special Support Act HONIG (Solo)
23.04. Leipzig – Waldfrieden – Gasthaus & Biergarten with Special Support Act HONIG (Solo) & Crashbird
24.04. Augsburg – Soho Stage with Special Support Act HONIG (Solo)
25.04. Nürnberg – Raum Heute with Special Support Act HONIG (Solo)
26.04. Magedeburg – Wohnzimmerkonzert
27.04. Bochum – Café Eden (Unplugged)
28.04. Haldern – Haldern Pop Bar with Support Act HONIG (Solo)
29.04. Dortmund – Rekorder with Support Act Gerry & the Peacemakers
30.04. Bocholt – Wohnzimmerkonzert

See www.intheirthousands.com for more information on the band, venues, tickets and all sorts of other good stuff.

Good luck fellas and enjoy yourselves. Wear those Kinnegar duds proudly and let us know if you need a few T-shirts for the trip!