When it came time to brew and name a beer from further along our coastline what better subject than the Rathlin hare? To match the idiosyncracy of the subject matter we used a 'heritage' malt that has only recently come back on the market. Chevallier malt was popular in the 19th century and has now been resurrected to join the craft beer breweries palette of ingredients.Read More
We’re making our first non-festival outing in England today as part of the Otherstudy Brewery Residencies at the National Theatre’s Understudy Bar on London’s South Bank. They’ve organised an amazing line-up of breweries for the summer in their outdoor bar, and we’ve sent over something that should work perfectly in the summer evenings.
Knot Series #1 El Dorado and Mosaic Pale Ale with notes of pear, watermelon, stonefruit, and mango. We hope you enjoy it!
Two breweries geographically quite a distance apart, share much in common in striving to produce the greatest quality beers that we can, so we are delighted to launch our new collaboration brew with Beer Hut Brewing Co., Kilkeel.
Northern Lights are hosting a launch of our 2 Player DIPA on tap Friday 26th April from 7:30pm. So if you're in Belfast, get on down and try it out while it's still around.Read More
Enjoy a Foodie’s St. Patrick’s Day with oysters, craft beers, entertainment, cookery demos with Northern Ireland’s Paula McIntyre, and much more.
‘Taste the Greatness of Northern Ireland’ is a showcase of the premium food and drink that Northern Ireland has to offer at London’s iconic Borough Market. We'll be there from the 13th to the 17th March.Read More
One of the advantages of running our tap rooms is getting an instant response. This Blood Orange IPA didn't generate feedback so much as rouse a chorus of “This!!! Release this beer!! It's the best blood orange I've ever tasted!”. In fact one quaffer wasn't content until he went online and stirred our members up to demand a release.Read More
Anarres post Utopian Stout, our first beer in a 750ml bottle, is for sharing!
You can expect notes of molasses, blackberry, chocolate, vanilla, raisins which will merge over time.
350 bottles have been numbered individually.Read More