The West Kerry Brewery (also known as Beoir Chorca Dhuibhne) is the smallest brewery in Ireland and the most westerly brewery in Europe. The brewery is a partnership between two neighbouring pubs, Tig Bhric and Tigh Uí Cathaín, that recognised the need to provide their customers with a local beer.
The brewery itself is located in Tig Bhric, where they have been brewing cask-conditioned ale since 2008 using their own spring water. They make three beers: Cúl Dorcha, a dark, fruity ale; Beal Bán, a pale English-style bitter; and Carraig Dubh, a rich chocolate porter.
The beers are dispensed via hand pumps, though Carraig Dubh is also available in bottles, especially in restaurants and off-licences around Dingle, Kerry and Cork.