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Guinness net sales were up 2 per cent in Ireland, driven primarily by sale of Hop House 13 lager.

Guinness sales were unchanged last year globally but rose in slightly in Ireland due to the continued success of Hop House 13 lager. Other beer brands(...)

Irish adults attending festivals this summer will spend an average of €316. Above, Electric Picnic last year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Adults attending Irish festivals this summer will spend, on average, €316 each according to a study by sponsorship agency Livewire and Ignite market r(...)

Brand Finance ranking of Ireland’s most valuable brands reveals Guinness’s brand value grew 2 per cent to €2.045 billion in the past year.

Guinness is among the 10 most valuable beer brands in the world, according to a new study which finds the company’s value has reached an all-time high(...)

John Russell (4th from left) with his wife Lizzie Russell (nee Goulding) (far right)

It was terrible weather for delivering porter. According to that day’s Irish Times the forecast for Thursday, December 8th, 1910, was “south-easterly (...)

Garech Browne became custodian of Luggala Estate in Co Wicklow after his mother Oonagh Guinness’s death in 1970. Photographs: Neil Gavin, Walter Pfeiffer

The Guinness trust behind the sale of the €28 million Luggala Estate in Co Wicklow has indicated it will consider offers for the 5,000-acre property t(...)

The prosecution came before Judge John O’Neill at Dublin District Court which heard that the Bad Ass Cafe’s had permission for bar areas to sell alcohol strictly ancillary to the principal use of the premises as a restaurant. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Bad Ass Cafe in Temple Bar has won a legal battle against Dublin City Council after it was cleared of breaching planning permission terms by servi(...)

To qualify for the logo, a craft beer must have been manufactured by an independently-owned brewery.

The Republic’s craft beer industry has launched a symbol to ensure drinkers know they are supporting microbreweries. The independent craft beer of (...)

Irish businessman Emmet O’Neill: perhaps best known for founding Smiles Dental in 2005, which he sold for €36 million in 2014.

Irish businessman Emmet O’Neill has invested €500,000 in local online publisher Lovin Group, The Irish Times has learned. This has secured a stake o(...)

John Burns: was previously Diageo’s communications and content lead for Guinness in Europe.

Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp has appointed former Diageo executive John Burns as the new chief executive of its Dublin radio station, 98FM. The media g(...)

The Old Jameson Distillery visitor centre attracts 600,000 tourists a year

One of Dublin’s most popular fee-paying tourist attractions, the Old Jameson Distillery in Smithfield, is to undergo an €11 million refurbishment. Th(...)

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