Look out for West Mayo Brewery on Féilte
TG4 on Sunday 26th July 8.30pm (repeated on Monday 7.30pm)
The hat makes its TV debut!
We are delighted to announce our new special beer, GAA or Gráinne Úaile Atlantic Ale which went down very well at the Pirate Queen festival in Westport House!
It is periodically on sale in a couple of venues in Westport until we run out - the latest brew in McGing's Bar on High Street and Cobbler's Bar at the Octagon - but please check Out the Drink Our Draught Page for an up to date list of local suppliers.
Gráinne Úaile was the Pirate Queen of 16th century here in County Mayo and she once had an audience with Queen Elizabeth I such was her renoun. Rumour has it she never went anywhere without a pint of the Atlantic Ale to see her on her way (a rumour we may have started!)
GAA is an all grain brown ale with robust Atlantic flavours perfect for stormy Atlantic weather throughout the year.
This current batch is 4.4% ABV and includes honey from Westport! Sláinte!
Full ingredients: Water, Malted Barley, Honey, Hops, Yeast
We are delighted to announce that the Start Up Brewing course in Castlebar on 28th and 29th May 2015 with Brewlab was very well received with great reviews.
Brewlab are keen to look at doing future training events here in County Mayo - for those here in Ireland and for those in the UK unable to attend the training in Sunderland.
Please see this link about the course International Start Up Brewing
Or contact Richard at Brewlab www.brewlab.co.uk
We are pleased to annonce that Matt Molloy's on Bridge Street in Westport has our Clew Bay Sunset beer on draught.
They still have our 3C (Clifford's Connacht Champion) as well of course.
Go along for great craic and to be spoiled for choice with great beer!
And now also we have Clew Bay Sunset pouring under Nephin mountain in Lahardane in Murphy's Bar. Enjoy!
We were delighted to have been shortlisted for the Gradam Gnó le Gaeilge 2014
with the awards ceremony in Knockranny House in January.
There were five others shortlisted and the winners were Rua. Congratulations to
them! We hope you like the bit of Irish on our website and we have new leaflets
with Irish translations on out now which you may see in some of the bars where
we have our draught beer. Slainte!
3C (Clifford's Connacht Champion) golden ale is now in bottles. Hopefully it will be distributed somewhere near you soon!
Also we hear Marlenes Chocolates have a new range our chocolates and some include our beers. Looking forward to that! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marlenes-Chocolate-Haven/293596923993967?fref=ts
And if you have more time, check out the Gno Maigh Eo page for information about promoting the Irish language in business and their visit to our brewery! https://www.facebook.com/gnomhaigheo