What if you had the ability to make your own beer?
That was the vision of a small, Irish brewery called Joanns Craft Store, which is now expanding its range of craft beers in a bid to attract more customers.
The craft store opened its doors in August, just weeks after the country’s largest brewer AB InBev, a major investor in AB Inbev, agreed to pay more than $300 million to buy a controlling stake in the Irish brewer.
InBev has a stake in AB in which it is the majority shareholder.
The brewery, which has a brewery and a tasting room, has more than 200 craft beers on tap, including two of AB In-Bev’s top-selling beers, the Red Headed Stranger and the Rancher.
But Joann’s has expanded its offerings with a number of new craft beers including a beer that is now available on the menu, the American IPA.
“The IPA is a bit of an unexpected thing to do,” said Joann Brewmaster Conor Byrne.
“We had no idea what we were doing with this beer.
It is a very unique and refreshing beer.”
It’s really good, a great IPA.
“The beer is named after the brewery’s founder, John John Patrick, a local Irishman who lived in County Mayo and worked at a local hotel.
The IPA has been brewed for a number in the local area, including a popular beer festival and a local brewery.
The beers, all named after Patrick’s, will be available for purchase in the store, which will be open from 9am to 7pm on Friday and Saturday mornings.
The brewer has already started brewing the IPA, and it is expected to be available in the shop by the end of this month.”
If it’s successful, I will be happy to be able to make a beer of it.””
I am hoping it will go up the shelf.”
If it’s successful, I will be happy to be able to make a beer of it.
“People love beer, but they also love Irish food.
We have a great range of Irish food.”AB InBech has a large market share in Ireland and the beer is now part of the AB In Bev portfolio.
The Irish brewer has also expanded its beer selection, with a selection of beers including the new, limited-edition “Irish Red Heated Porter”.
InBech’s chief executive, Mark Dolan, said the brewery wanted to offer a wide range of beers to suit different tastes.
“This is the first of a number that we have launched,” he said.
“Our beers are designed to be enjoyed with friends and family.”AB In-Bev has made a significant commitment to the development of the Irish market in the past two years, and we are confident that Joann will continue to develop the beer portfolio that is a key component of our overall strategy for Ireland.”AB in-bev is also developing a range of new beers, including the first batch of its own line of IPA’s.
The new Irish beer, called The Red Heaped Stranger, is available for order at the craft store.
The Red Hand, which the company is calling the IPA for the Irish audience, is also available in craft beer shops and in select stores.
The Red Heaping Stranger will be offered in four different sizes.