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Growler fill stations 5 years 8 months ago #19

Sundrive road is an obvious one for me & TBN to keep ticking over. Make it happen <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->

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Growler fill stations 5 years 8 months ago #20

Popped into [url=http&#58;//www&#46;worldwidewines&#46;ie/home&#46;php:2w51ex5j]World Wide Wines[/url:2w51ex5j] in Waterford over the weekend and I noticed a 4 tap growler fill station there. No indication of what was pouring and I forgot to ask at the till.

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Growler fill stations 5 years 8 months ago #21

&quot;sbillings&quot;:3w3ai5nv wrote: Popped into [url=http&#58;//www&#46;worldwidewines&#46;ie/home&#46;php:3w3ai5nv]World Wide Wines[/url:3w3ai5nv] in Waterford over the weekend and I noticed a 4 tap growler fill station there. No indication of what was pouring and I forgot to ask at the till.[/quote:3w3ai5nv]

HAHAHA...was just about to post the same thing...they had Rascals Wunderbar IPA and Metalman Equinox on tap, nothing on the other two

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Growler fill stations 5 years 8 months ago #22

Daybreak, Clerihan have a 2 tap growler fill station now.

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Growler fill stations 5 years 8 months ago #23

&quot;andrew&quot;:964nerku wrote: Daybreak, Clerihan have a 2 tap growler fill station now.[/quote:964nerku]

Clerihan in Tipperary? I've relations there, it's a tiny spot!

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Growler fill stations 5 years 8 months ago #24

&quot;Tube&quot;:1jhqv1e9 wrote:

&quot;andrew&quot;:1jhqv1e9 wrote: Daybreak, Clerihan have a 2 tap growler fill station now.[/quote:1jhqv1e9]

Clerihan in Tipperary? I've relations there, it's a tiny spot![/quote:1jhqv1e9]
A kiwi owns Daybreak there and imports a lot of NZ/Aussie goods for sale at the shop and online. So obviously 8 Degrees was a good fit for him. He also has a lot of other antipodean craft beers (sourced from Clada I think) and has started extending his Irish craft range.

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