Dublin’s Porterhouse Brewing Company has launched a €6m brewery to satisfy rising demand for its beers in the UK and Europe.
The brewery will eventually have a visitors’ centre with events space for live music, parties, street food markets and corporate functions.
Head brewer and director, Peter Mosley, said: “The increased brewing and storage capabilities will give us flexibility to produce and experiment further with flavour variation, and create limited edition and seasonal brews that will appeal to a wider audience of beer drinkers while still meeting the demand for our established beers.”
Founding partner, Liam LaHart, added: “It won’t be your typical brewery visitors’ centre which, to be honest, are more like museums. We want to create a bit of theatre, an immersive experience that is all about getting involved in the process and having fun.”
Porterhouse launched Ireland’s first brewpub, The Porterhouse, in Temple Bar, in 1996, and in 2017 Porterhouse Brewing Company launched as a brand internationally.
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