14 Dec 2017 | News
The New York Times’ 36 Hours in… series is a guide to some of the world’s best cities and locations and today they featured Cork
36 Hours in Cork: Travelers who fly in and out of Dublin often overlook Ireland’s second city, but this southern settlement is well worth a full weekend of its own. https://t.co/CSWIQX3BS0— NY Times Travel (@nytimestravel) December 14, 2017
We are thrilled to be featured in the piece amongst such great company.
Trade the bright flavors of India for the dark, swanky interior of Elbow Lane Brew & Smoke House, a restaurant with an in-house nanobrewery. Their license requires that you order something to eat, but even the olives that come with a flight of three house-brewed beers (9.90 euros) will do. Following the ancient German Reinheitsgebot or beer purity law, the additive-free brews are made from just water, barley, hops and yeast, but that doesn’t mean they’re short on flavor. Don’t miss the Arrow Weisse, a refreshing, citrusy take on Bavarian-style wheat beer.