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Beers, blaas and banter at Metalman Bar

There were plenty of beers, blaas and banter at the Waterford Chamber Business After Hours on Thursday night last at the Metalman Bar on the Quay.

With an array of Metalman craft beers, including the Blaager and Red Led, aptly coupled with red led blaas from Walsh’s Bakehouse, guests heard owner Grainne Walsh speak of how the idea of the Blaager was born and how the craft beer industry is going from strength to strength in Ireland.

New Waterford Chamber President Kathryn Kiely congratulated Grainne and her partner Tim Barber on their success, from concept through to now exporting to China. She also spoke about the importance of trade and promoting the Waterford brand on a global scale.

The next Waterford Chamber event is the President’s Lunch, where Ms Kiely will welcome a Senior Representative from the British Embassy to Faithlegg for a sumptuous corporate lunch on Friday, June 29th.

For tickets or more information, contact Lynda Lawton on 051 311130 or see www.waterfordchamber.ie.

 

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