Now taking orders!
December 1, 2013
OK - all you licencees out there - we are now taking orders now for our Ghrian Golden Ale (4.4% x 500ml) + Red Earl Ruby Ale (5.5% x 500ml).
Both ales have been freshly brewed in the last few weeks and we are bottling now and conditioning in time for delivery to you approx. 14th/15th December.
If you are interested in stocking our ales why not give us a call on 02880761923 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure you have them in before Christmas.
Alternatively get in touch via our facebook page.
Pokertree for Creggan
December 01, 2013
Pokertree will be attending An Creggan's annual Christmas craft fair to be held on December 1st - from 1pm till 5pm.
There will be lots of activities for the little ones and lots for the older generation as well - including our very own Red Earl Ruby Ale.
What a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. We look forward to seeing you there!
Ghrian Golden Ale & Red Earl Ruby Ale to
feature at Belfast Beer Festival.
August 31st 2013
Pokertree Brewing Company is set to launch its two first ales at this year's CAMRA NI Beer and Cider festival at the Ulster Hall, Belfast from 21 - 23rd November 2013.
Drinkers will be able to sample Ghrian Golden Ale and Red Earl Ruby Ale for the first time at the event, which attracts thousands of beer drinkers every year.
Pokertree given green light!
December 12, 2012
TYRONE is set for it’s own brand of beer after plans for the county’s first Microbrewery was given the go ahead last month.
Omagh Council approved plans for the development, which will see the renovation of existing buildings on the Drumnakilly Road in the village of Carrickmore, into a small scale brewery.
Pokertree Brewing Company is the idea of local man Darren Nugent who intends to produce a range of traditional hand made, all natural ales as an alternative to the bland mass produced beers currently available in the marketplace.
The decision is seen as a timely boost for the village and could signal the creation of jobs in the future.
It’s hoped the people of Tyrone will take the beer to their hearts as trends in the beer market over the past few years have revealed a steadily growing demand for more diverse and locally produced brands as customers choose to spend more on fewer, but better quality beers for consumption in the home.