DUBLIN--(Press Release Power
)--Five Lamps, the handcrafted Irish beer made in Dublin, will this weekend officially open the Five Lamps Dublin Brewery and Visitor Centre, kept upstairs in Camden street's The Camden' (formerly The Palace'). Iconic and steeped in local history, this former cinema frolicked host to the Theatre De Luxe in the early 20th century and also featured in scenes from the famous Dublin musical and comedy-drama "The Commitments." While respecting its original features and illustrious past, the edifice has undergone a radical modernisation and transformation which includes a first floor keen to the Five Lamps Dublin Brewery.
Visitors to the new Five Lamps Dublin Brewery will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the culture, heritage and validity of Five Lamps; qualities which define the core, flavor and charm of The Beer of Dublin.'
Five Lamps Dublin Brewery Tour & Visitor Centre
The Five Lamps Dublin Brewery Tour is a private journey of the senses. Watching the Master Brewer, visitors will be immersed in the skill, dedication and passion of the brewing process and the magical craft of taking the defining characteristics of culture, legacy and validity in every drop of Five Lamps beer. Guided by local specialists and characters, over 45 minutes, guests will skill a idea of Dublin through the eyes of true blue' Dubliners; from fabled tales of the city streets where Five Lamps was born, to A Dear Letter to Dublin,' a short film featuring Imelda May, who shares an near depiction of what it earnings to be a proud Dubliner in Ireland today. The Five Lamps Dublin Brewery Tour finishes with a beer getting of the full Five Uplighters range.
A lore of his craft, Five Lamps Master Brewer, William Harvey, will be based on-site making cyclical beers and will use the brewery as his experimental kitchen to grow, develop and perfect Five Spots beers. The Five Lamps Brewery also landscapes a gift shop which will be selling inimitably select Five Lamps stock and Dublin-themed souvenirs.
Ross Bissett, General Manager of the Five Lamps Dublin Brewery, commented: As The Beer of Dublin, we are happy to create a Five Lamps Dublin Brewery and Visitor Centre in the heart of the city. Here, in our spiritual home, visitors will experience the culture, heritage and authenticity of Five Lamps. These qualities define the core, flavour and character of our handcrafted beers. Soaked in local history and humbly returned, this iconic city centre location represents our defining qualities. This is an fitting setting for us to welcome visitors and share our story, vitrine our thirst for handcrafted brewing and skill the authenticity of Five Lamps.
Five Lamps Master Brewer, William Harvey, added: It's an exciting scene to share my love for Five Lamps and handcrafted beer, which for me has long been a talent. Typically of Dublin and experienced over such an original Brewery Tour, visitors will leave with a deeper understanding of Five Lamps; the parts outside the barley, yeast and hops, and a gain a greater appreciation for the skill, spur and devotion that goes into creating our beer.
The Five Lamps Journey
With a mission is to offer an accessible and easy intake, Irish handcrafted beer, using only natural ingredients, we brewed our first beer down by the North Strand in the shadow of Dublin's iconic Five Lamps. The inaugural brew, the original Five Lamps Lager, is a traditional Czech style pilsner with a Dublin twist. Handcrafted by our brewer William Harvey and bent using only natural ingredients, the Lager set the city scene alight back in 2012. Before long, we had enlarged our first digs, and we stirred to our next home in the heart of the Rights.
With our creative juices brewing, before long we had bent Five Lamps Pale Ale, our second donation; full bodied, round of finish and now a firm favourite, followed by Five Lamps Red Ale, Five Lamps Stout, Five Lamps Light and a crowd of seasonal brews, unusual beers and ales.
In September 2019, Five Lamps found its divine home on Camden Street. Visitors to our new Five Lamps Dublin Brewery will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the culture, heritage and authenticity of Five Lamps; qualities which define the essence, flavour and character of The Beer of Dublin.'
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