Outlets where our beers are served

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We use the services of  Grand Cru Beers Distributing out of Dublin.

We are situated on the R 559, 7 miles north west of Dingle Town on the Slea head Drive which forms part of the Wild Atlantic Way on the Peninsula of Chorca Dhuibhne/Dingle adjacent to Bricks Pub.

We are 1 mile from the Village of Baile ‘N Fheirtearaigh/Ballyferriter in the West Kerry Gaeltacht a rural bar and brewery set in mature gardens 5 minutes from  Smerwick Harbour.

Dingle is our closest town where we are served in the below outlets;

Out of the Blue restaurant, The Boat Yard Restaurant, Marina Inn, John Benny Moriarty’s pub, Moriarty’s off licence, Garvey’s Super Valu supermarket, Sheey’s Spar supermarket, Hanny Agnes’s pub, Dannos Bar, Dick Macs Pub, Flaherty’s pub, Chart House restaurant, Morans Texaco garage,  Ídas restaurant, Doyles restaurant, The Half Door restaurant, The Brewery Gate bar, Ashes bar and restaurant, Paul Geaney’s bar,  Currans bar, Foxy John’s bar, Global Village restaurant, Kennedy’s bar, Dingle Bay Hotel,An Conair Bar

 

Dingle Peninsula;

Gorman Cliff Top House,Tigh Áine restaurant, Tigh Uí Catháin/Kanes pub, Tigh Uí Mhurchú pub, Ostán Ceann Sibéal hotel, Tigh TP pub and hostel, O Connors pub in Cloghane Dingle Peninsula Hotel.

John Hanafins Bar Annascaul

 

Tralee;

The Castle Off Licence

Ardfert

Kate Brownes Pub, Ardfert Village, North Kerry

Killarney;

Carry Out Off Licences, Muckross Road and Tralee Road

Cork City;

Bradleys Off licence North Main Street, Abbots Ale House bar and Off licence

Dublin City and Suburbs;

Oliver with Riasc Gold in the Palace Bar Dublin
The late Oliver Hughes of the Porter House Group and Dingle Distillery  with Riasc Gold our summer seasonal with Rose Hips in the Palace Bar Dublin.

Mulligans bar Poolbeg Street, Palace bar Fleet Street, The Porter House Bars, The Clock Bar Thomas Street, Redmond’s Ranelagh, Jack O’Rourke’s Blackrock, Jus De Vin Portmarnock, Grape Vine Ballymun, Baggot Street Wines, Drink Store Manor Street, Blackrock Cellar, WJ Kavanaghs’s Dorset Street, Martin’s Off Licence Marino, McHugh’s Kilbarrick, McHugh’s Artane, Deveney’s Rathmines,

 

 

 

 

 

 

23 thoughts on “Outlets where our beers are served”

  1. Hi, just to let you know we are selling your Carraig Dubh Porter (in bottles) in Kate Brownes Pub in Ardfert Village, North Kerry.

    1. Dorren, Thanks for letting us know, we are still on a high here after our Bronze for one of our Red Ales in the Blas na hEireann awards during the weekend! Hopefully your customers enjoy our smooth & chocolatey Porter ……

  2. Spent a week in Kerry on holiday from North Wales . Had spotted this pub on the Internet and wanted to give it a try . The beer was fantastic and ambiance good . Chap behind the bar most friendly . Well worth a visit .

    1. Freddy, we open in general during pub hours but we are situated in a tourist area so seasonality can apply. Unfortunately google maps doesn’t allow for descriptive opening times it just allows for specific times and days. We do have an open session every Friday and aim to be open year round on weekends while week days are subject to foot fall. I hope this is of help to you and apologies for my inability to be more specific…

  3. Cul Dorcha and Carraig Dubh. I first bumped into these beers in Supervalue in Dingle and then again in Paidis on a stay for a few days in Dunquin.

    I am big belgian beer fan and i must say, these ales are right up there. Lovely malty robust stuff this.

    I wish you guys all the best and ill be buying hopefully from Mchughs artane or killbarrack!

    All the best
    Niall

    1. Super Niall, thanks for engaging with us, always good to get feed back….. Sporadic supply at the moment to Dublin but we have added The Palace Bar on Fleet street as another outlet for bottles, when you are out and about…… The Winding Stair Batchelor’s Walk and Dunphys in Dunlaoighre also have draught pretty much all the time………. I think!

  4. I had your Porter in Dingle last month. It is one of the finest beers I ever had the pleasure of tasting. I doubt you export to the US, but I had to ask. Let me know.

  5. I stopped by the brewery two weeks ago after hiking up Brandon Mnt. I met you Adrienne, you sold me a box of bottles and gave me the tour. What a charming pub and brewery, and delightful beer of course. The dark red is my favorite. Wish there was a way to funnel it over to Seattle. But, I will be back in Ireland in May, and thankfully you have posted the locations in the Dublin area that serve.

    1. Hi John, lovely to hear from you, when you return and need up to date outlets do contact me again. I am writing with a clear view of Mt. Brandon outside the window, it is one of those pet days where the sky is blue and the air is crisp and calm…..Not at all like the weekend when it bucketed rain along with howling winds!!

  6. Visited you pub last week while on vacation loved the beer the dogs & cat & the atmosphere. It wasn’t till lastnight when I opened & drank a bottle of your chocolate porter that I brought back to the states with me . I absolutely love this beer. I want more. Can you ship me a couple of cases.

    Regards

    Gary Blasco

    1. Brian, Thrilled you are enjoying our beers, please feel free to call back to see us in our small facility adjacent to Brics pub. We are happy to give tours and discuss the finer details involved in getting beer out of malted barley, water, yeast and hops……
      Sláinte…

  7. I love your beers, particularly the porter.
    Is there any possibility to ship an order to France where I reside presently? If yes, how to proceed?
    Best regards,
    John Phelizon

    1. Arthur,
      the only way to get our beer to the States is bring it back in your suitcase! we are too tiny for the export market, working on that though! Your appreciation is gratefully received…. Kindest Regards

      1. I brought back two in my suitcase, wish I brought back more. Loved the tour, the pub and of course the beer.

        If I make it back to Bally Ferriter, I will stop again!

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