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Rising Road Pale Ale 6 years 1 week ago #1

Anyone know where this comes from? Currently pouring in Bison.

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Rising Road Pale Ale 6 years 6 days ago #2

"andrew":2a7wm3m4 wrote: Anyone know where this comes from? Currently pouring in Bison.[/quote:2a7wm3m4]

Interesting! That's been a craft beer black hole for a while now...

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Rising Road Pale Ale 6 years 6 days ago #3

"KeeganAles":3oq0i0e6 wrote: Interesting! That's been a craft beer black hole for a while now...[/quote:3oq0i0e6]

Cathy: "yes, it's been really popular"
Me "Really, craft beer popular? I wonder whose been telling you that..."

Plus looks like the owner might be one of the backers behind Wood Key.

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Rising Road Pale Ale 6 years 3 days ago #4

Apparently Rising Road will also be available in [url=http://www.thebridge1859.ie:3t8zikgi]The Bridge 1859[/url:3t8zikgi] - what used to be Bellamys, in Ballsbridge. It's been bought by Seán O'Brien, Jamie Heaslip and the Kearney brothers.

They're also trumpeting "Tankova", which appears to be Pilsner Urquell on cask. Opening tomorrow, so I may pop in if I end up going to the match.

Can't find anything online for Rising Road IPA, though... <!-- s:? --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_confused.gif" alt=":?" title="Confused" /><!-- s:? -->

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Rising Road Pale Ale 6 years 3 days ago #5

Bision said its brewed by Heineken !

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Rising Road Pale Ale 6 years 3 days ago #6

Yep, saw that.

I don't get it - for either bar, but especially Bison. People actively asking them to stock craft beer (preferably Irish), and they go... "Eh.. nah. We're whiskey specialists. And BBQ, obviously."

You don't have to "specialise" in beer to get one or two craft taps (or even bottles) in. There may be a whiskey equivalent of Beoir, but I've not come across them. And I know nobody who says "Let's go out for a few whiskies." Let alone "This particular whiskey would go great with [i:6a9ml0tw]this [/i:6a9ml0tw]type of brisket."

Ah well.

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