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Craft Beer & Wine

Lough Gill Brewery

Lough Gill Brewery is the first brewery to be located in the Sligo Town borough in over 100 years.Located in the Heart of Sligo, Lough Gill Brewery strives to think outside the box and brew complex high quality speciality brews.

We are brewers on a mission to brew interesting, tasty handcrafted beers using the best ingredients available to us and also some unique indigenous ingredients. Our team takes pride in creating these unique, wonderful and adventurous hand crafted beers. We have with us Tony Wickham a Brewmaster from the US with over 20 years commercial brewing experience.

The Wine Buff, Sligo Town

We sell extraordinary wine at ordinary prices. We specialise in exclusive wines of real character from small family run vineyards. We only source wines from growers who practice good viticulture, integrated farming and traditional wine making methods. Whilst the quality of our wine is our main focus, many of our wines are (or in the process of changing) to organic or bio-dynamic viticulture.

The White Hag Brewery, Ballymote

The White Hag produces craft beers from ancient recipies indigenous to Sligo and the North West of Ireland. This sets up apart from all other craft beers and creates a unique positioning. We brew big bold and beautifully flavored beers using locally sourced raw materials. Our beers and brands bring interesting stories of Irish mythology to the world. We satisfy our customers needs for great tasting and interesting beers.

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Thomas Connolly’s, Sligo Town

Thomas Connolly’s pub was first licensed in 1861. There’s a great account of Connolly’s in the book The Irish Pub, by James Fennell and Turtle Bunbury. Connolly’s storied past includes at least one visit from Charles Stewart Parnell during the pub’s early days, plus Thomas Connolly himself becoming Mayor of Sligo in 1890 (the same year he acquired the premises).

The pub was established during a time of plentiful maritime trade; deliveries of rope, linen and tea came into Sligo on ships from all over Europe. There was once a grocer’s shop at one end of the pub – now gone – popular for making sugar, selling tea and bottling whiskey.

Live music, Whiskey bar, Premium Gin, Craft Beer and quality service are what we are known for.