Beoir Cider Competition
The first Beoir Cider Competition has been scehduled to take place at The Wine Rack, Stewartstown on Saturday the 22nd of April 2017.
The competition is open to to all commercial cider or perry producers on the island of Ireland. Entries are €40 per cider, with a maximum of 5 entries per producer. This is due to time and available judges and will hopefully encourage entrants to think about which ciders should be entered. We are also judging amateur "homebrewed" ciders alongside the professional entries. These may be entered at a reduced rate of 6EUR per cider with a maximum of 3 entries per person. A discount code is available in this case, please contact the competition organiser.
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).
Please note, viewing on Issuu is recommended. The direct downloads are large and can take a while to start.
Dublin 12's leading beer bar, Sheary's of Crumlin, is celebrating Irish Craft Beer Week 2014 with the arrival of a range of new beers on Sunday 31st August.
The award-winning draught line-up includes Eight Degrees Amber-Ella, Galway Hooker Pale Ale and Rascal's Ginger Porter. White Gypsy's Trent bitter will have the honour of being the first to pour from the pub's brand new cask beer engine.
Barbecue will be provided by the always-excellent #BrewsWePlate team, beginning at 4pm. The All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Donegal will be live on the big screen from 3.30pm and at 5.30pm the live blues session with Hollywood Slim kicks off.
The first Big Grill Festival is coming to Herbert Park, Dublin this weekend, 15-17 August. Proper barbecue food has become incredibly popular of late and this is a chance to try the best Dublin has to offer all in one place.
A variety of Irish brewers will have beers available at the event, including Eight Degrees, Rascal's, Trouble Brewing and The Porterhouse, as well as international offerings from greats such as Oskar Blues, Odell, Thornbridge, BrewDog and Sierra Nevada.
Beoir members will be on hand through the weekend to help you choose the best beers to match with your food.
Calling all Graphic Designers, and Craft Beer Fans. We need your help.
Beoir is running a competition for an Irish Craft Beer and Cider Festival exclusive tee shirt design. This will only be available for purchase at the event itself which runs from 4-7 September.
We are giving the winner of this competition some great prizes:
2 x Guest Passes to the event on a day of your choosing
4 x Drinks Tokens
2 x of the winning tee shirt
Membership of Beoir if not already a member.
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The Beoir Logo can be found in the following formats:
Please note, the logo itself may not be altered other than the following: Colour (single) You don't need to use the strapline. You may also move the layout so the word "Beoir" appears below the beer glasses.