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Leann Follain Tasting - ATG - Thursday 21st April

Started by irish_goat, April 11, 2016, 03:58:31 PM

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Dr Jacoby

There are no beer gods, only godly beers. Sure we can have a chat at Brewcon if we're still compos mentis after the talks
Every little helps

Will_D

Whats th eeasiest way for an Auld Welsh person to get from the Dart to AG?

Taxi from Connolly?

Is it on a bus route - if so from where?

Seriously tho' looking forward to th enext few days of this week!
Remember: The Nationals are just round the corner - time to get brewing

molc

It's a lovely walk, otherwise just grab a taxi.

There are buses from O Connell street and the guys as well I think. Another option is to get the kids to Jervis and walk from there.
Fermenting: IPA, Lambic, Mead
Conditioning: Lambic, Cider, RIS, Ole Ale, Saison
On Tap: IPA, Helles, Best Bitter

Shanna

Quote from: molc on April 18, 2016, 08:22:43 PM
It's a lovely walk, otherwise just grab a taxi.

There are buses from O Connell street and the guys as well I think. Another option is to get the kids to Jervis and walk from there.
Jesus I thought they had banned child labour, try taking luas instead ;-) Not sure I would call that stretch of inner city Dublin a lovely walk.

Shanna

Cornie keg group buy organiser, storeman & distribution point
Hops Group buy packer
Regulator & Taps distribution point
Stainless Steel Fermenter Group Buy Organiser
South Dublin Brewers member

molc

Quote from: Shanna on April 18, 2016, 08:32:48 PM
Quote from: molc on April 18, 2016, 08:22:43 PM
It's a lovely walk, otherwise just grab a taxi.

There are buses from O Connell street and the guys as well I think. Another option is to get the kids to Jervis and walk from there.
Jesus I thought they had banned child labour, try taking luas instead ;-) Not sure I would call that stretch of inner city Dublin a lovely walk.

Shanna

:D I've an image of a child driven tuk tuk now. Guess after spending 10 years walking around Limerick, Dublin inner city is bliss ;)
That said, probably best to walk from Pearse all things considered...
Fermenting: IPA, Lambic, Mead
Conditioning: Lambic, Cider, RIS, Ole Ale, Saison
On Tap: IPA, Helles, Best Bitter

nigel_c


Shanna

Quote from: molc on April 18, 2016, 08:34:57 PM
Quote from: Shanna on April 18, 2016, 08:32:48 PM
Quote from: molc on April 18, 2016, 08:22:43 PM
It's a lovely walk, otherwise just grab a taxi.

There are buses from O Connell street and the guys as well I think. Another option is to get the kids to Jervis and walk from there.
Jesus I thought they had banned child labour, try taking luas instead ;-) Not sure I would call that stretch of inner city Dublin a lovely walk.

Shanna

:D I've an image of a child driven tuk tuk now. Guess after spending 10 years walking around Limerick, Dublin inner city is bliss ;)
That said, probably best to walk from Pearse all things considered...
Bus from De North side to City centre around Trinners might be best. Hope the 10 years was not entirely wasted? Was the 10 year stretch in Mulgrave street or Castle Troy?

Shanna
Cornie keg group buy organiser, storeman & distribution point
Hops Group buy packer
Regulator & Taps distribution point
Stainless Steel Fermenter Group Buy Organiser
South Dublin Brewers member

Jonnycheech

It's a grand walk! But yeah you'd be better off getting off at Pearse and cutting across the city on to Georges St and up to ATG or else up Grafton St to Stephen's green and across to Aungier St and onto ATG.  ;)
Tapped: FES, NEIPA, CocoIMS, Flanders 2018, Passion Fruit/Peach BW
Fermentors: Raspberry Wheat, Session IPA
Bottled: Cherry Lambic 2019

Will_D

Well Fekkit again, Its a taxi for me so- Fekk the inheritance it's SKI'ng for me!
Remember: The Nationals are just round the corner - time to get brewing

molc

Quote from: Shanna on April 18, 2016, 09:12:20 PM
Quote from: molc on April 18, 2016, 08:34:57 PM
Quote from: Shanna on April 18, 2016, 08:32:48 PM
Quote from: molc on April 18, 2016, 08:22:43 PM
It's a lovely walk, otherwise just grab a taxi.

There are buses from O Connell street and the guys as well I think. Another option is to get the kids to Jervis and walk from there.
Jesus I thought they had banned child labour, try taking luas instead ;-) Not sure I would call that stretch of inner city Dublin a lovely walk.

Shanna

:D I've an image of a child driven tuk tuk now. Guess after spending 10 years walking around Limerick, Dublin inner city is bliss ;)
That said, probably best to walk from Pearse all things considered...
Bus from De North side to City centre around Trinners might be best. Hope the 10 years was not entirely wasted? Was the 10 year stretch in Mulgrave street or Castle Troy?

Shanna
All over. At one point the A1 bar was my local ;)
Fermenting: IPA, Lambic, Mead
Conditioning: Lambic, Cider, RIS, Ole Ale, Saison
On Tap: IPA, Helles, Best Bitter

Sorcerers Apprentice

1. Molc (fee's paid last week)
2. DEMPSEY
3. pob Paid €8 by Paypal, fees paid
4. Paul (Just bank transferred 16e to the nhc bank account. Ref "paul maja tasting")
5. Maja
6. Tommy
7. Partridge
8.Hassettbrew
9. CH   Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees
10. Paul B (fees paid via bank transfer)
11. Giacomo
12. Will_D  Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees
13. Saruman - Paid by bank transfer
14. Hingo - Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees (€0.62)
15 Sorcerers Apprentice sure it would be rude not to...I'll send the paypal fee now (edit Paid €8.62)
There's no such thing as bad beer - some just taste better than others

Kellie

I am raging I am missing both this and Brewcon :(
This will be a very informative, interesting evening :)
Enjoy a pint for me! :)

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giacomo

1. Molc (fee's paid last week)
2. DEMPSEY
3. pob Paid €8 by Paypal, fees paid
4. Paul (Just bank transferred 16e to the nhc bank account. Ref "paul maja tasting")
5. Maja
6. Tommy
7. Partridge
8.Hassettbrew
9. CH   Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees
10. Paul B (fees paid via bank transfer)
11. Giacomo (€8.00 + fees paid via PayPal)
12. Will_D  Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees
13. Saruman - Paid by bank transfer
14. Hingo - Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees (€0.62)
15. Sorcerers Apprentice sure it would be rude not to...I'll send the paypal fee now (edit Paid €8.62)

DEMPSEY


1. Molc (fee's paid last week)
2. DEMPSEY paid via PayPal  €8
3. pob Paid €8 by Paypal, fees paid
4. Paul (Just bank transferred 16e to the nhc bank account. Ref "paul maja tasting")
5. Maja
6. Tommy
7. Partridge
8.Hassettbrew
9. CH   Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees
10. Paul B (fees paid via bank transfer)
11. Giacomo (€8.00 + fees paid via PayPal)
12. Will_D  Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees
13. Saruman - Paid by bank transfer
14. Hingo - Paid €8 by Paypal in advance as requested, I paid fees (€0.62)
15. Sorcerers Apprentice sure it would be rude not to...I'll send the paypal fee now (edit Paid €8.62)
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Partridge9

01. Molc - Paid - Paypal
02. DEMPSEY - Paid - Paypal
03. pob  - Paid - Paypal
04. Paul  - paid via bank
05. Maja  - paid via bank
06. Tommy
07. Partridge - Paid - Paypal
08. Hassettbrew
09. CH   Paid €8 - Paid - Paypal
10. Paul B - Paid - bank
11. Giacomo - Paid - Paypal
12. Will_D - Paid - Paypal
13. Saruman - Paid - bank
14. Hingo - Paid - Paypal
15. Sorcerers Apprentice - Paid - Paypal
16. Bren - Paid - Paypal
17. Barry -  - Paid - Paypal