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From Humble Beginnings

Found in the heart of the Glens of Antrim, Barra Hooley produces beer with locally sourced ingredients on a small-scale; conducive to flavoursome craft brewing. Discovered initially on… 236 more words


Belfast Summer Hafla

Two members of Feirste, Kate and Hannah were lucky enough to be involved in the Ayub Belly Dance summer hafla, or student showcase. It was a fantastic evening of creative, feminine energy, with local photographers, amateur and professional dancers alike. 121 more words


Festival Lough Erne

The weekend of June 20 and 21 brought the first Fermanagh Food Festival. This excited me, more than it should have because I am used to attending similar events all over Northern Ireland. 492 more words


Understanding Britishness when traveling in UK

Britain is one of the most visited countries in the world with London being the second most visited city last year behind Asia’s powerhouses Hong Kong and Singapore. 1,563 more words


Kinnegar Yannaroddy Coconut Porter

This stout just won 3rd place in ‘Stouts & Porters’ at the Kilarney Beer Festival and it is is a complex, full bodied tasty porter. It is listed that coconut would make an appearance but to no avail so don’t expect this – do expect a great porter, rich in roasted malts, even the hops get their own style of roasted goodness here. 17 more words


QATAR v NORTHERN IRELAND International Friendly

On 31st May 2015 just before 5pm the senior men’s football teams of Qatar and Northern Ireland took to the pitch of the Alexandra Stadium in Crewe. 1,280 more words


Let Them Eat Cake

Sorry for the trite title. I was a bit stuck on this one. I wrote it a week ago and decided I needed some time to let it sit while I thought about it. 981 more words