Lacada is a community owned Co-Operative brewery based on the world famous North Coast of Ireland.
Lacada Brewery has its origins in a love of beer and brewing, a love of place, and a love of people.
It began with a father and son brewing together and grew to become a group of co-operative minded, good beer loving aficionados.
Laurie says that for this, "we went the kettle sour route, using a new sour pitch yeast that's just arrived. It's produced a very clean, smooth sourness that is at the lighter end of the spectrum of sour. So it's a good introduction to sour beers for those who haven't been there before. We dry hopped it judiciously so that the hops don't take over. All in all a nicely balanced crystal clear sour if you remember to pour steadily in wan go , hai!"
We can't wait until tomorrow. The patrons of Bittles Bar in Belfast have been working their way through kegs of our beer and couldn't agree on their favourite. Clearly, the only way to decide was to have more than one on at a time so they could be compared. And so, on Thursday 22nd March, from mid-day, five taps will be dedicated to our beers.
We’re very pleased with our first black IPA which again has come about through
recipe development by a few Lacadians at home. Zostera is noteworthy for a wee bit of chocolate
coming through on the malt and also a wee bit of blackberry from the hops.
We thought as the nights draw in we would hit the market with a ghost story and a beer to warm you up! Half Hung is our new beer, a 6.2% Rye IPA.
A day of immenseness at Lacada! 4 brewers in one place together! What would unfold?