Digi

4 results

 The closed Shamrock bar on the Killarney road in Newcastle West, Limerick. Photograph Liam Burke/Press 22

“There were nine pubs in this street at one stage. Then it went down to one. Now it’s back up to four.” Patrick O’Kelly is standing on the street out(...)

The decline in the number of rural pubs was the pretext for a call by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland for a cut in excise in Budget 2019. Photograph: Brian Lynch

The large companies – mostly multinationals – that manufacture the beers and spirits we guzzle know their five-year campaign for a cut in drink taxes (...)

The excise duty on a pint of beer or a standard measure of spirits was increased by 10 cent in the last budget, while the duty on a bottle of wine was lifted by 50 cent.

More than 1,000 pubs in Ireland have gone bust during the recession, the umbrella group for the drinks industry claimed today.The Drinks Industry Grou(...)

In a pre-budget submission to Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, the drinks industry has warned that the tax increase is threatening jobs and tourism

A drinks industry body is calling for a reversal of tax increases on alcohol in last year’s budget as sales decline and almost one pub a day closes.Th(...)