Trouble Brewing

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Trouble Brewing
Allenwood Co Kildare
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Trouble Brewing was established to create the kinds of beers the founders wanted to see in their local pubs: ones packed with flavour and presented in a spirit of fun and good humour

Trouble Brewing

Trouble Brewing was founded in 2009 by three enthusiasts, Paul O Connor, Stephen Clinch and Thomas Prior (Head Brewer), with the aim of bringing quality beer to the Irish market. Their philosophy is to brew beers full of character and flavour, using only high-quality ingredients. The brewery was established to create the kinds of beers the founders wanted to see in their local pubs: ones packed with flavour and presented in a spirit of fun and good humour.


Trouble Brewing beers are handcrafted from original recipes, without the use of additives, preservatives or pasteurisation, and are brewed in small batches in their steam-fired brewhouse in Co. Kildare.


There are three beers in the core range: Sabotage India Pale Ale, a strong, amber-coloured ale brewed with five different varieties of hops; and Golden Ale, a full-bodied golden ale with a distinctive hop flavour; and Dark Arts Porter, a dark, unfiltered porter.


Check their website for a list of where to find their beer, both on draught in pubs as well as stockists that carry it in bottles.

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