Mayo Brewery to launch new ale at Manchester Irish Festival

Mayo Brewery to launch new ale at Manchester Irish Festival

The award winning ‘Reel Deel Craft Ale Brewery’ (www.reeldeelbrewery.ie) in Crossmolina, County Mayo is to launch their latest Craft Ale – ‘Say Nowt Stout’ on Friday 4 March at the 2016 Manchester Irish Festival.

The event at the newly opened Fred’s Ale House in Levenshulme is also part of the promotional launch event for the festivals two week Tradfest and the Mayo weekend which is being sponsored by www.Mayo.ie and Mayo Manchester.
Tony Hennigan from Mayo Manchester commented “We are delighted to be working with Mayo.ie and the Reel Deel brewery to promote all things Mayo during the opening weekend of the festival. The weekend will be promoting the forthcoming 2016 Mayo Day on Saturday 30 Aril and our 6 Day Mayo Manchester Centenary Tradfest which is returning to Ballina on Friday 29 July to Wednesday 3 August.”

“This year’s Manchester Irish festival is staging a special Tradfest involving over 100 events to mark Ireland’s 2016 centenary. We want to celebrate Ireland’s Past, Present and Future and the launch of this new craft ale is certainly something to celebrate its future. Last year we helped launch the company’s first two products ‘Irish Blond’ and ‘Jack the Lad’ and it’s great to be asked once more to be the first venue in the UK to launch its third offering ‘Say Nowt Snout’. We are hoping that they are going to be bigger than Guinness one day, imagine the jobs that could bring to the County.”
For a free chance to win a crate of the Craft Ale and a free VIP ticket to the launch event just email your name and the subject ‘Craft Ale and Tradfest launch Competition’ to pressmif@gmail.com . Three winners will be pulled out of a hat on the night of the launch on Friday 4 March and all entries will receive a free pass to the launch.

The launch event features a night of live Irish music and dance featuring the Fianna Phadraig Pipe Band, Denise Morgan from RTE TV’s show The Voice, The Hayes Sisters and The Keegan Academy of Irish Dance.

The Mayo craft brewery has a 16 hectolitre production capacity, with full brewing and bottling facilities in house and is based in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo. The town sits on the River Deel near the northern shore of Lough Conn and it is where the name of the company came originated from.

For more information about the launch event visit www.manchesteririshfestival.co.uk