Thursday 23 November 2017

Something brewing at harvest celebration

There will be a harvest celebration with a twist at Killruddery House in Bray this Saturday November 2.

This month, as well as the usual artisan and locally produced home-baking, fresh breads, jams, chutneys, meats and crafts, the farm market will feature some of the best Irish Microbreweries such as Bru Brewery (a unique stout with hops roasted in the brewers mother's oven! Their Red Ale uses New World hops for a taste that critics are raving about), Mountain Man Brewing and Trouble Brewing.

Craigies's Cider, Five Lamps (based in the shadow of Guinness, the first brewery to open in the Liberties in 100 years). Dungarvan Brewing company and True Batch Brewery will also be in attendance for this extra-long market, 10 a.m. till 9 p.m. with the brewers on hand from 12 midday. Parking and admission are free.

The market will be held in the Grain Store and the newly restored Horseyard, which will be covered by a marquee to keep the elements away. Hot food vendors selling delicious and nutritious food will keep you going while you browse in comfort and talented musicians will play throughout the day to create a fun, festival atmosphere.

Bray People

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