Guinness

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New signage at Luggala. Boleyhorrigan Bridge, overlooking Lough Tay with Luggala Mountain on the right. Photograph: The Irish Times

The trust which owns the large Luggala Estate in Co Wicklow has insisted there is no change regarding public access to certain areas within its ground(...)

The Irish consumer can spend as little as 50 cent for beer and cider while the price of a single standard gin drink is 60 cent, according to a pricing survey by Alcohol Action Ireland.

Alcohol in Ireland now costs so little that a woman can consume enough to damage her health by spending just €5.50 a week while a “fatal” amount can b(...)

In Europe, Guinness sales rose 6 per cent for the year ended June 30th. Photograph: iStock

Drinks firm Diageo reported higher sales and profits on Thursday as organic growth overcame the negative impacts of foreign exchange. The Guinness ma(...)

 Meath Street in The Liberties, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Liberties name in itself is a captivating one, and embodies the idea of freedom and a rebel or independent spirit. The neighbourhood is called suc(...)

Catherine O’Grady Powers runs Glen Keen Farm and they offer Chinese people the opportunity for an authentic sheep-farming experience with shepherding, sheep-shearing, wool-dyeing and turf-cutting

Next month’s introduction of direct flights to Dublin from Beijing and Hong Kong, combined with new attractions such as farm visits, will provide a ma(...)

Guinness, owned by Diageo, is one of a number of Irish companies with a significant presence in Ghana. Photograph: iStock

The Republic has signed a double taxation agreement with Ghana in a move seen as an important step towards increased trade with West Africa. The agr(...)

Pure Brew: Guinness promises all the flavour and none of the alcohol of regular lager.

Guinness has introduced its first non-alcoholic craft lager in Ireland as it looks to cash in on a growing consumer trend for cutting back or giving u(...)

In almost all cases, the price of a pint of Guinness gets cheaper when it leaves Ireland. In some cases the differences are enormous. Photograph: Getty Images

Every Christmas our family heads to Belfast to see the in-laws and eat gluttonously, drink copiously, argue endlessly and fill the boot dementedly bef(...)

Overall sales by craft beer companies stood at €59 million last year, up eleven-fold since 2011. Photograph: iStock
Craft beer makers get canny

A certain well-known beer brand might like to suggest it is – probably - the best in the world but brewer Michael Cowan can make such a claim with aut(...)

“People take drugs here but people also take drugs before going to a mainstream night club, so why should we be targeted?” Photograph: iStock

It’s 3.30am in the epicentre of Dublin’s nightlife: George’s Street. Revellers, some showing signs of inebriation, some not, leave the George nightclu(...)

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