A quiet revolution has been taking place, with producers literally returning to their roots
Brown Bear beers include a gluten-free lager and a tasty India pale lager
In warmer weather, we want reds that are low in alcohol but still high in flavour
Beerista: Whiplash’s new Northern Lights is a very tasty 2.8% brew
John Wilson: A country better known for its reds also has plenty of exciting dry whites
Beerista: At the Dublin bars Brickyard and Underdog the focus is on taste, not image
‘We did not invent anything, we simply returned to what our grandfathers did’
Citra is the darling hop of microbreweries, but it was Cascade that kicked off the craft revolution
John Wilson asks: when are we going to rid ourselves of our Sauvignon Blanc obsession?
Beerista: One Dublin city centre off-licence has almost left bottles behind
Beerista: Canvas is run by two sets of brewing brothers, who grow malt and hops on the family farm and brew unusual beers using a huge, medieval-looking contraption
A look at one wine shop celebrating 20 years in Portmarnock and another starting off with a bang in Terenure
A bag of cheese and onion is great idea if you’re hungry but might not be so good if you want to taste what you’re drinking
Closer to beer than wine in production, the Japanese favourite offers a world of taste
O’Briens beer fair intends to showcase those tasty stories behind Irish microbreweries
Francophiles will head straight for Bordeaux, but Rioja, Chianti Classico and Malbec are good alternatives
Vegans beware: there are two fairly common non-vegan methods of clarifying wine
Beerista: Ballast Point is the 13th-largest brewing company in the US – and its beers have just landed here
Tempted to raise a glass of our national spirt on St Patrick’s Day, then why not try these?
Milkshake stout anyone? – Irish craft breweries have plenty of interesting takes on the black stuff
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