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The Irish Beer Snob Podcast is an audio experience that discusses the artisan food & craft beer scenes in Ireland by one of Ireland's leading Craft Beer writers, Wayne Dunne - better known as 'The Irish Beer Snob'. Joined by his wife, Janice Dunne this series contains the latest news, reviews, interviews & thoughts of the Team IrishBeerSnob & guests.
 
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In this latest episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, we attempt to answer question that no one has asked. Which is better, Aldi's Rheinbacher, in Can format or in bottles? To help us in our quest, we engaged the supreme beer tasting talents of John "The Beer Nut" to answer this question once and for all! We look back at John's blog when it starte…
 
In this latest episode we chat to Barry Flanagan, Owner of Kildare Brewing Company and Lock 13 Gasto pub in Sallins, Co Kildare and Rob Rainsford, Head Brewer of Kildare Brewing Company. We chat about all things Kildare Brewing Company. While chatting to the lads we drank a couple of cans of Lock Down IPA extended edition, which was brewed to raise…
 
In this latest podcast episode we have a good old chinwag with Stephen Clinch co - owner of Kildare's Trouble Brewing who along with Dungarvan Brewing are part of the core of Irish Craft Brewing scene and also celebrated their 10th birthday this year. While we were chatting with Stephen we enjoyed the following Trouble Brewing beers; Ambush - Juicy…
 
In this latest podcast episode, we have the pleasure of having a chat to Cormac from Dungarvan Brewing Company who have just celebrated their 10th Birthday. We chat about the last ten years and basically had a bit of craic with Cormac. While recording we drank; Helvick Gold - Blonde Ale Copper Coast - Red Ale Comeragh Challenger - Bitter Which are …
 
In this latest episode, Janice & Wayne chat to Liam Tutty, owner of Dead Centre Brewing from Athlone in Co. Westmeath. We chat to Liam about his first year in operation, and what some of the highlights were. We also chat to him about his latest brain child, www.beercloud.ie which is a new online shop which sells beers from breweries all across Irel…
 
In this latest episode, Janice & Wayne have a good old chinwag with Brian Cahill of Craic Beer Community which is a new online resource in Ireland for both brewers, and drinkers. We chat about his 5 desert island beers, and what his plans for Craic Beer Community are. Including some really exciting plans that will come in the future. We drank the f…
 
Brú brewery have been in operation since 2013 in Meath, and recently, Carrig Brewing and Brú Brewery have merged under the Brú Brewery brand. You can read more about the merger here We are joined by Head Brewer Francesco Sottomano for a live tasting of three beers from both their core and Urban Jungle range. Bru Red Ale Tutti Frutti - Tropical Pale…
 
We've not podcasted in ages, so it only takes a pandemic to get us back behind the Mic! In this episode we are tasting 3 lovely beers from Dublin's Hope Beer. Hop On Session IPA Pineapple & Passionfruit Sour Foreign Export Stout We also talk about how things are going during these strange times for our island, including the example of collaboration…
 
In this latest interview we visited Larkins Brewing Company in Kilcoole County Wicklow, just outside Dublin, and right next to one of my favourite golf courses in the country, Druid's Glen We chat to Cillian about the brewery, how it came about and how it really is a family business. We looked back over their 1st 12 months when they launched at the…
 
In this long over due episode we look back at our recent beery adventures while supping Whiplash's collab with Wylam, Do you wanna touch me, and their DIPA, Eventually We looked back over the last month or so, at Hagstravaganza, Big Grill Festival, and AbvFest. Links to places mentioned in the podcast; Tale of Ale Blog Craft & Slice Interview with …
 
In this latest episode, we taste the Magic Rock cannonballs, so that's their regular Cannonball IPA, with their annual specials Human & Unhuman Cannonball. This year sees a new special enter the fray, in the Neo Human Cannonball, a New England DIPA version. We also look back over recent weeks, and look forward to the events taking place around the …
 
Picture the scene, the Beer garden in L. Mulligan Grocers of Stoneybatter, a gorgeous sunny Saturday. What better than to spend a part of the afternoon tasting beers from North Tipperary's Canvas Brewery Taking the rule book of convention, and tossing it on the fires of Mad Max, listen to Maurice and Mark talk about the origins, the aspirations, an…
 
Athlone, a town situated on the banks of the River Shannon, literally in the middle of Ireland is about to get a new brewery. It's first brewery in many many years. Dead Centre Brewing, quite a clever name, and nice clean branding too. We got to sit down with Liam Tutty, founder of Dead Centre brewing, to discuss his plans for opening a brewery in …
 
In this long overdue episode, the Irish Beer Snobs look back on their recent trip to the UK. To visit Leeds, and Dark City in the Northern Monk Refectory. A festival dedicated to the beauty of darker beers. We also revisit our trip to one of the best taprooms in the UK, the Magic Rock Tap, in Huddersfield. Looking forward we look forward to the nex…
 
In this latest episode, The Irish Beer Snob team taste the new Hope Brewery special editions, a Tropical IPA, and Tropical Sour. We also look back at our recent visits to the Irish Craft Beer Festival in Dublin, and ABV Fest in Belfast. Stay tuned to the end, and there's an interview with Thomas Delaney of Galway Bay, and new Irish Brewery, Land & …
 
In this latest episode, we look back at what we've been up to since the The White Hag's birthday bash Whetting our whistle with a couple of Hillstown Brewery beers, courtesy of Instagram legend, and all round Nice Guy Antrim_Man We also look forward to the upcoming festivals, as we hit peak beer fest season in Ireland. Big Grill Festival Great Iris…
 
In this latest episode, we taste four of the range from one of the newest craft breweries in Berlin, BRLO. Thanks to Devin for sending over the samples. BRLO will be pouring along with many guest breweries at the White Hag - Hagstravaganza, get your tickets here Ticket info for the Greg Koch events in Dublin and Galway are here We also posed a ques…
 
A live recording of our night in Ranelagh's Taphouse on June 22nd (http://taphouse.ie/) for the launch of Whiplash's two newest beers, Saturate, and Body Riddle. The panel for the Q & A were Alex Lawes, Head Brewer Whiplash, David Guilfoyle, Head Brewer Trouble Brewing, Kevin McKinney, Co - Owner / Brewer Stone Barrel, and Colin Hession, Owner of L…
 
In this episode we see the return of Irish Beer Snob team, Janice and Wayne. Wayne freshly recharged from finishing his college course, is raring to go. In this episode we review the following beers from Brewdog; The Physics Amber Ale 5% 5am Saint American Red 5% Original Punk IPA 2007 6% Punk IPA 5.6% We also tackle Tasting Nitch's Frequently aske…
 
In this latest episode we look back on our recent trip to Sheffield for Sheffield Beer Week, and the Beer Now Conference. We also chat about the #CraftDrinksBill that has gone to committee stage in our parliament which will enable breweries to operate Taprooms. Keep listening at the end, as we've an interview with Bob Pease, the CEO of the Brewers …
 
This is the second part of an epic collaboration with our good friends Steve and Martin over at Hopinions which you can check out the first part here Here we look deeper in to things about Beer Festivals, and cover a wide and varied range of subjects in this space. Get in touch with us and your thoughts on beer festivals! Use the hashtags #Hopical …
 
In this episode of the podcast, we look back at the 2017 instalment of the Alltech Craft Brews & Food Festival which took place in Dublin's convention centre. We also review Brewdog's NE IPA Collab with Cloudwater. Coming up we are releasing an episode with Hopinions http://www.beeroclockshow.co.uk/ Our friend Simon Broderick has got a blog up abou…
 
In our return to Podcasting in 2017, your intrepid duo, taste a beer by Kelly's Mountain Brewing called, Reality Bytes, a sturdy 7% Double IPA. We also talk about our collaboration with The Beer Club and how you can join in #BeerClubIE Thanks to you all for engaging in #Hopical and sharing your New Beers Resolutions.…
 
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