Irish Craft Beer and Food Market


Over 10,000 people will gather to sample Irish fare, taste Irish tipples and listen to Irish music - all within the walls of one of Dublin’s most iconic landmarks - The chq Building

Entering into its third year, the Irish Craft Beer & Food Market in Dublin’s Docklands is set to once again set the city alight throughout the St Patricks Day weekend. Teamed up with the St Patrick’s Festival, the market will move to a new home – not too far from its former – inside the CHQ Building on George’s Dock. This will be the first festival of its kind to set up shop within the historical surrounds of the CHQ and both the festival team and management company are very excited about the five day event. Taking place from Thursday 13th March to Monday 17th March, the Irish Craft Beer and Food Market will not only be boasting a new and improved home, but also a brand new offering to its patrons. This year, in line with the steady rise within the Irish craft beer industry, the team will be offering a wider range of, over 50, local craft beer and cider, both in bottle and draught form, as well as a selection of Irish whiskey, and a much more varied set of food stalls.

Within the walls of the CHQ, guests will enjoy mingling with Irish artisan food producers, including chocolatiers, fudge makers, cheese mongers and bakers as well as tasting the infamous Pie Man’s vast selection of locally made pies – both sweet and savoury! Guests can also enjoy an outdoor BBQ and mouth watering Crepes!

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Cost: €0 - €5


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