Time to Raise a Glass – Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair Returns 5th – 7th February 2016

Has January been a dry month, back to work getting you down? Well it’s always good to have something to look forward to and we’re looking forward to Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair on the weekend of the 5th – 7th February in Dublin’s Convention Centre.

This international Beer festival will be featuring beers, ciders and spirits from over 50 producers from all over the world, including many of our favourite Irish Brewers like 8 Degrees, Rye River Brewing Company, Wicklow Wolf , Rascals and O’Haras among others. Showing off many festival specials and a wide range of styles you are sure to find something that suits your tastebuds. There is also a strong food offering this year.

Always seeking to push the boundary’s, Alltech are hoping to host a Guinness World Record Beer tasting on the Friday Evening, you can register your interest on their website if you want to take part in this. As is tradition now the winner of the Dublin Craft Beer Cup will be announced on the Friday following rigorous judging by a panel of experts.

Fear not Rugby Fans, you will be able to see coverage on the big screen of all the weekends Six Nations action, and there will be plenty of music and fun over the weekend too. Rick O’Shea will be MCing the event on the Sunday whipping the crowd into a frenzy before Ireland take on Wales.

It promises to be a superb event where over 10000 people descend on the Convention Centre over the course of the weekend, come join us and have a great time.

For further information please visit their website Alltechbrewsandfood.com and you can purchase tickets HERE

 

ARTICLE BY IRISHBEERSNOB

wayne

From IPAs, to Stouts, to everything in between. Wayne is a passionate advocate for Craft Beer and Cider in Ireland. He regularly features in online publications and podcasts, as well as writing with his wife on www.irishbeersnob.com. Wayne’s aim is to kick down the doors of convention surrounding Craft Beer and Cider by writing in a no nonsense style. Drawing on his experiences of many different beers he is going to bring you on a journey that you’ll be asking yourself, why didn’t I join this revolution sooner?

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