An Irish craft beer that’s Irish through and through, even down to the names of the beers – Rua (Irish red ale), Rí (IPA), Dubh (stout)
Located on the banks of the River Boyne in the historic town of Trim, Co Meath, it’s not surprising that Brú Brewery is inspired by Irish heritage and mythology.
Founders Dáire Harlin and Paddy Hurley also take a lot of pride in supporting the local economy and in the fact that they source their malts in Ireland.
This is an Irish craft beer that’s Irish through and through, even down to the names of the beers – Rua, their red ale, Rí, an IPA, and Dubh, their stout.
They plan to offer tours, and have a tasting room for that purpose, so contact them if you’d like to have a look around.
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