Local Alcohol Producers
In recent years Northern Ireland has seen a renaissance in brewing and distilling, boasting world class producers of Beer, Cider, Gin and Whiskey.
With such a collection of top class Artisan producers, this has greatly enhanced the attraction of Northern Ireland to tourists. Unique food and drinks experiences have become increasingly important to the motivation of travellers as to which countries to visit. It is estimated that approximately 30% of total visitor spend to Northern Ireland is spent on food and drink consumption.
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Changes to Northern Ireland Alcohol Licensing laws
Northern Ireland’s alcohol licensing laws have recently changed to allow local producers of alcohol to apply to court to be granted a licence to sell their own produce on their premises and/or for consumption off their premises and in addition at certain events. This change in the licensing laws is a major development for the local artisan alcohol industry. Taprooms are common throughout the rest of Ireland, UK and Europe. Northern Irish producers can now offer a similar service to visitors and tourists.
SG Murphy Advisory Event
SG Murphy are holding an advisory event for local producers of alcohol, including brewers, cider producers and distillers. This event, which will take place on the 27th April, will outline the changes in the legislation, the opportunities now available to local alcohol producers and the steps a producer needs to take to obtain a licence.
For more detail and to attend this event, please request your free invite/further detail from firstname.lastname@example.org