What is Beoir?

Beoir is an independent group of consumers with a primary goal of supporting and raising awareness of Ireland's native independent microbreweries. There are some fantastic benefits for members. Find out more about Beoir or learn how to join:
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Beoir Magazine was envisioned as biannual publication aimed at tourists and the general public to inform them of what's happening in the Irish Craft Beer scene. The 32+ page digest sized magazine had an initial print run of 7000 printed copies and officially launches at the Irish Craft Beer & Cider Festival at the RDS in September. It has since exceeded 10,000 copies.

The magazine will be distributed to pubs, Off-Licences, Beer Festivals and tourist offices around the country and while not a technically a members magazine, any member who can't find a copy locally can request one to be posted to them. Digital versions are also available to everyone (see below).

Concerning Advertising 

While Beoir magazine does contain some ads, they are carefully chosen to be beneficial to the target audience so are all Irish Craft Beer or cider related. Anyone wishing to take an advertising spot or help sponsor the magazine can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for very reasonable rates but they must relate to Irish Craft Beer or cider.

 

Downloads

View on Issuu - Issue 1 - Autumn 2014 - Direct Download 34Mb

View on Issuu - Issue 2 - Spring/Summer 2015 - Direct Download 33Mb

View on Issuu - Issue 3 - Winter 2015 - Direct Download 41Mb

View on Issuu - Issue 4 - Autumn 2016 - Direct Download 38Mb

View on Issuu - Issue 5 - Summer / Autumn 2017 - 

Please note, viewing on Issuu is recommended. The direct downloads are large and can take a while to start.

By Reuben Gray

Sunday, February 10, 2019 TheBeerNut News 1869
While the Irish brewing scene hasn't grown as much in the last twelve months as it has in recent years, the task of picking a best beer from the hundred or so operational breweries has not got any easier. In this the eighth edition of the competition, 73 different beers received a preference from a Beoir member, cutting across styles, strengths and county of origin. As always, every beer brewed on the island and available in the previous year was eligible and voting was open to current Beoir members. When all the counting up was complete, three winning beers and a winning brewery were selected. And they were:
Sunday, August 05, 2018 TheBeerNut Reviews 3253
Veteran beer writer Tim Webb has been publishing a guide to Belgian beer and pubs since 1992. This and the previous edition in 2014 were co-edited by the Europe-based American writer Joe Stange. A short essay by Webb at the front of the book charts the origin of the guide and announces his retirement from it. That means the next one will have a different feel to the current edition, because this is not simply a list of Belgian pubs and breweries, but rather a series of personal observations. This unusual approach really captures the idiosyncracies of Belgium's beer culture.

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