Eight Degrees Brewing: the path to a pint

Caroline

Food writer. Broadcaster. Blogger. Author. Married to Eight Degrees Brewing. Member of the Irish Food Writers' Guild, founder of Irish Food Bloggers Association and co-author of Sláinte: The Complete Guide to Irish Craft Beer & Cider (New Island)

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13 Responses

  1. Kristin says:

    A BIG congrats to all of you, can’t wait to have my first taste at Bloom! x

    • Caroline says:

      Thanks Kristin! We’re thrilled to finally have it out there. Now, if we just had a few more fermenters then we could make more than one brew at a time…

  2. Joanne says:

    Best of luck to 8 degrees et al! Love the logo!

  3. Martin Dwyer says:

    Sounds good , where are you going to sell it ?

    • Caroline says:

      Everywhere we can, Martin! The lads are still working on getting the bottling line up and running but things are going to get really interesting when that’s going.

  4. Roisin says:

    Thats sounds so exciting! Can’t wait to taste it. Congrats to all involved.

    • Caroline says:

      Thanks Roisin – it’s been a long, long road! Do you remember me giving out about the Husband making homebrew when we were in Urru?!

  5. avey says:

    Great news, def a market for this! Best of luck with it.

    • Caroline says:

      Times have really changed – for the best! From the dearth of drinkable beer when we came back from NZ in 2008 to the great range of microbreweries about at the moment, it’s good to see such an appreciation for what we’re all trying to do.

  6. Angela says:

    This sounds as if we will have to change our drinking habits around here! Congrats and best wishes
    Angela

  1. February 6, 2014

    […] Caroline blames New Zealand. After all, if she hadn’t lived there, it might have been a very long time before she realised just how good beer and food can be together. Or if the Husband hadn’t been from NZ and had a yearning for the beer of his homeland, maybe he wouldn’t have started brewing his own. After all, homebrewing can lead you in very strange directions. One direction she really didn’t expect as she negotiated her way through the mess in the kitchen was that the Husband and the Aussie would go into business together and set up their own brewery. […]

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