Very nice brewpub on left quay, just few minutes of walk of city center. Large dark room is divided to few recesses, on courtyard is pleasant garden. 6 taps with their own beer, 2 with local Irish craft beers, 1 cider. Good prices, friendly (but a bit uninterested) staff. Worth to visit if you are in Cork.
Good range of the brewery’s own beers on with a few guests, service is a little disinterested and brusque but efficient. Quite dingy inside but a great airy courtyard with freshly made wood-fired pizzas a highlight.
Very quiet on a lunchtime, opening is 1pm. A good selection of the breweries own beers, a Blonde, Pale Ale, Stout, lager etc. a good choice if you’re not looking for the traditional oirish (I.e tourist) experience
Nice layout with both outdoor and indoor seating. Attractive copper DME brewhouse with 4 fementers, 4 conditioning tanks, 2 brite beer tanks and 3 serving vessels. Outdoor patio with multiple covered and uncovered areas. Smoker usually hang out in the uncovered areas. Glass-walled brewhouse .
Brewhouse tour reveals imported malts, 2-roller mill, 6-head manual bottle filler, and 4-head keg filler. Since being taken over my Molsen-Coors, new production will begin near old Beamish brewery in Cork.
Popul;arity now increasing for beers that include Rebel Red, Jameson Stout, Jack Daniels bourbon, Friar Weisse, and Pale Ale.
Nice patio and semi-late night bar. Sucessful brewer. Wosh them well in the corporate worls.
I really enjoyed this place. Very original...great feel to the place. The people are very welcomimg. The night I was there they had somebody visiting that was making wood fired pizza which they insisted I would like even after I said I was from NYC...they were right! The beers were very good compared to the syles I had been finding in Ireland during this visit (hard for me to find the hoppy beers I love from back home). I would highly recommend this place to anyone in the area...even worth a special trip.