What's the Craic?
Craic believes in Irish beer. Our sole purpose is to champion the amazing beers being produced by independent Irish brewers. We’re determined to introduce these beers to as many people as humanly possible, and do our bit to keep the Irish beer scene growing.
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New Beer Releases
Brewed for the strange times that we live in now, this hazy beaut uses classic Minch Malts but we have also added some oats, wheat & honey malt to our malt bill. This has been Dry Hopped with Citra, Centennial, Cascade, El Dorado, Simcoe & Amarillo . It’s has a smooth mouthfeel & fills the palette on impact.Read More
Róc Helles is the second instalment of our Róc Lager series of beers. This traditional style beer is brewed after the German ‘Helles’ Pale Lager with it’s clean and golden finish. A super refreshing, everyday lager, with character.Read More
A bright and crushable hop-loaded fruity IPA, brewed with Irish pale malt, oats and crystal, with Centennial, Citra, Vic Secret and Kotaku hops. This all results in a bright, juicy IPA with pineapple and mango aromas, a medium body and super low bitterness. Delicious!Read More
Big, bold and rich in flavour. A supremely rich, full-bodied imperial stout laced with subtle notes of dark chocolate, molasses and caramel. The barrels we used started the first 10 years of their life in Kentucky aging Bourbon, before making their way to Ireland to spend the final 3 years aging premium Irish whiskey.Read More
We love Enigma hops…. I mean really love them, so here is a beer that is dry-hopped with nothing but Enigma. Brewed with a lovely blend of Irish base malt, oats and wheat with a strong focus on the dry hops. Big tropical and white grape aromas balanced with a slightly sweet finish.Read More
‘Cherimoya, what the hell is that?’ I hear you ask. Well, this South American fruit was described by Mark Twain as “The Fruit of the Gods!” and “the most delicious fruit known to men”. With flavours of banana and pineapple mixed with strawberry and papaya, we thought this would pair perfectly with mango in a refreshing sour beer.Read More