If you’re planning to share a drink this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, consider dropping by your nearest O’Briens Wine as they’ll be celebrating all things Irish with a big drinks sale featuring a wide assortment of over 50 Irish whiskeys, and over 150 Irish craft beers and ciders.
Expect discounts of up to 25% off popular names in Irish whiskey as well as several cool newcomers. Jameson will be available at €25 (from €30), Slane at just €29.95 (from €35), Roe & Co at €39.95 (from €42), Redbreast 12 Years Old at €60 (from €66).
Craft beer lovers are also spoiled for choice as they’ll be able to mix and match with gusto thanks to O’Briens Wine’s “4 for the price of 3” deal, available across their full range of Irish craft beer and cider.
If it’s some wine what your tastebuds desire, worry not, their Italian Wine Sale runs parallel to these deals and will tempt you with discounts of up to 40% off fantastic Italian wines.
ABOUT O’BRIENS WINE
“O’Briens Wine Off-Licence Group is Ireland’s largest family owned drinks retailer. We import directly and exclusively from over 75 wineries worldwide. We have a strong relationship with each of our suppliers which enables us to offer our customers a range of excellent quality wines at the very best value. We also work with local suppliers to deliver a complete range of over 1,000 wines, more than 500 world and craft beers and a constantly growing spirits range from Ireland and around the world.
In visiting any of our 32 stores, you will enjoy a unique shopping experience thanks to our modern, contemporary layout, daily in-store tastings, monthly promotions and excellent service from our knowledgeable and friendly staff. Our staff are passionate about wines, beers and spirits and most of them have completed WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) exams.
Our online offering is also brought to you by the same innovative team of staff, who provide excellent descriptions of the wines and winemakers, useful serving suggestions & handpicked mixed cases of their personally recommended favourites.” Read More