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Serving Temperatures For Beers

By |October 25th, 2016|

Temperature’s Effect on Beer
When it comes to beer, it’s not always a case of ‘the colder the better’. Beers being either too hot, or too cold, can have knock on affects. Continue reading to discover the effects that different serving temperatures can have on beers!
Too Cold
Chilling beer below ideal serving temperatures enhances some qualities of […]

Crafty Brewing Company’s American Style Pale Wheat Ale

By |October 17th, 2016|

The Crafty Brewing Company’s newest addition
The brewers in Rye River have been very busy lately. They’ve been busy producing a brand new beer for the award-winning Crafty Brewing Company. A range of beers that we produce exclusively for Lidl. Embracing a style we have never brewed commercially before, we’re very proud to announce the upcoming release […]

Cans for Frank’s Lager & Francis’ Big Bangin IPA!

By |October 3rd, 2016|

New Cans!
We’re excited…we’re very excited. Why? Because we have something new coming, well technically, it’s the package that’s new. We’re now pumping fresh, unfiltered and unpasteurised Frank’s Lager and Francis’ Big Bangin’  IPA into 330ml cans..and here’s why!

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The awards just keep on comin’!

By |August 18th, 2016|

Rye River Brewing Company & McGargles
It’s been a BIG year for Rye River Brewing Company and McGargles! Having started on the right foot with a huge win at AllTech Craft Beer Festival in Dublin (The Dublin Craft Beer Cup for Francis Big Bangin’ IPA no less), the awards have been non-stop this year for all […]

Our new Kolsch Stye Beer!

By |June 24th, 2016|

Grafter’s Kolsch Style Beer…
We’re delighted to have extended our Grafter’s range with two beautiful new beers…a Porter and a Kölsch-Style Beer. We’re Irish, so we know what Porter is…but what is a Kölsch? Long story short, it is a popular “warm weather beer” and a true German classic.

The name Kölsch is derived from its location… […]

New tanks for making Lager!

By |May 5th, 2016|

Rye River Brewery’s beautiful new tanks!
The good times just keep on coming at Rye River Brewing Company and two pieces of absolute joy (the tanks) arrived from Germany yesterday.
What are the tanks for?
We’re going to be using these tanks to mature lagers in. Lagers are a tricky beer. They need to be matured at low temperatures, so […]


By |April 21st, 2016|

Say hello to our little centrifuge!
It’s exciting times on the brewery floor and today we’re pumping Granny Mary’s Red Ale through our brand new centrifuge. What’s a centrifuge? Good question!

The simple explanation, it forces particles out of liquid. The more complicated explanation: a centrifuge is a machine with a rapidly rotating container. The movement applies centrifugal […]

The most important logo in Irish Craft Beer

By |April 11th, 2016|

Micro Brewed Logo

This is one of the most important logos in the Irish Craft Beer industry right now. It’s the Beer Ireland – Micro Brewed logo and is an initiative of Beer Ireland, the Artisan Brewer’s Association.  The logo makes it easy to clearly identify beer that has been brewed by independently owned Irish microbreweries. Rye River Brewery […]

Meet our Brew Crew

By |April 11th, 2016|

Proud of our Brew Crew
We’re very proud of what we do day in and day out at the brewery…and we’re very proud of the people who do it. We want you to get to know our Brew Crew, starting off with Bill Laukitis!

Every month, we’re going to introduce you to a new member of the […]

What do we want? Taprooms!

By |March 23rd, 2016|

Taprooms; the much talked about but never established cherry on top of any Irish brewery. At Rye River Brewing Company we will be lucky enough to soon be pouring our own beers from a bar in the brewery in Celbridge. As much as we’d love it to be a taproom, technically it will be a […]