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The Burren Smokehouse

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The Burren Smokehouse
Lisdoonvarna Co Clare
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Established in 1989, Birgitta and Peter Curtin's Burren Smokehouse is most famous for their salmon; produced using the renowned Clare Island organic salmon, it is among Ireland's finest.

The Burren Smokehouse

Established in 1989, Birgitta and Peter Curtin's Burren Smokehouse is most famous for their salmon; produced using the renowned Clare Island organic salmon, it is among Ireland's finest.


You can taste it at their Burren Smokehouse Visitor Centre (going since 1995), where they have an excellent shop with some crafts as well as their own smoked fish range (trout, mackerel, possibly eel) and a selection of other speciality products such as the Clare Jam range, local cheeses (including their own smoked cheese made in Kilshanny, a lovely mild Gouda with a distinctive smoked flavour), Dittys oat biscuits, seaweed products, honeys and local fruit wines.


They also have a good online shop - and, just up the road, the Curtins run The Roadside Tavern, home to good food and music. Smokehouse Visitor Centre open all year, times vary.

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