Wicklow Wolf

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Brickyard Gastropub: Two Yards session IPA and Brickline pale lager, two of the Dundrum bar’s own beers

There’s a perception out there that some bars dedicated to craft beers can be a bit unwelcoming – if you don’t know your stuff. The best of them, howe(...)

Grand Parade, a new 4.3 per cent session IPA made by Wexford’s YellowBelly and Cork’s Rising Sons and Wolf Racer, made by Wicklow Wolf and  Scotland’s Fierce Beer

Craft brewers love their collaborations and 2019 will see plenty more of them, if the number already on the shelves is anything to go by. Collaboratio(...)

There will be plenty of weirdness in 2019, so don’t be surprised if beers start to start more like soups or salads

The IPA will continue to reign supreme in the world of craft beer in the new year – though the question is whether they’ll be hazy or clear. The cloud(...)

Among the beers on offer will be a new coconut and chocolate stout from the Wicklow Brewery

Madhatter, Bobblehead and Born in Bray summer ale are among the beers on offer at next weekend’s Brewha festival. This two-day celebration of Wicklow (...)

Wilcklow Wolf’s Quincey Fennelly, Danish brewer Anders Kissmeyer and Wicklow Wolf brewer Pete Reynier.

Craft breweries can’t seem to get enough of each other – every other week there’s a new collaboration beer hitting the shelves. “There’s a bit of magi(...)

In 2018 Wicklow Wolf will brew a brown bread stout, a gin beer, a kettle sour and some Brett ales

Expect to see more IPAs on the shelves in 2018, says Kevin McKinney of Third Barrel Brewing in Dublin. While last year was all about the cloudy and ju(...)

Simon Lynch and Quincey Fennelly with HBAN food syndicate chairman Stephen Twaddell (centre) celebrate a €2 million deal that will help Wicklow Wolf brew up 20 new jobs. Photograph: Philip Leonard

Craft beer producer Wicklow Wolf has secured a €2 million investment that will enable it to open a larger brewing site and significantly increase prod(...)