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Beamish and Crawford operated until 2009 and had a number of owners, including Carling O'Keefe, Elders IXL, Scottish \u0026amp; Newcastle and, most recently, Heineken International. 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Beamish Irish Stout - 4.1% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)

Product Description
Maximum quantity available reached.
Price: Price Above is Keg Only - Vat Included - Collected
Keg:

Steel 62.45 kg full

Diameter Ø 394mm Height 532mm

Coupler: S Type European /  Sankey - Keg Coupler
Availability: Available (Stock Item)
Order By: Thursday 10AM (Phone for Friday Collection Possibility)

 

Beamish and Crawford was a brewery in Cork, Ireland, established in 1792 by William Beamish and William Crawford on the site of an existing porter brewery. Beamish and Crawford operated until 2009 and had a number of owners, including Carling O'Keefe, Elders IXL, Scottish & Newcastle and, most recently, Heineken International. While the Beamish and Crawford brewery closed in 2009, Beamish stout is still brewed in the city, at a nearby Heineken operated facility

The Beamish and Crawford brewery was founded in 1792, when two merchants, William Beamish and William Crawford, went into partnership with two brewers, Richard Barrett and Digby O’Brien. They purchased an existing brewery (from Edward Allen) on a site in Cramer's lane that had been used for brewing since at least 1650

Before the takeover and closure of the brewery, beers included:

Beamish stout, Beamish and Crawford's flagship product, now brewed by Heineken at the Murphy's brewery.

Beamish Red, a sweetish Irish red ale, made to resemble Kilkenny or Murphy's Irish Red. Production ceased immediately following the takeover. Several Cork pubs which once stocked Beamish Red replaced it with Franciscan Well Rebel Red.

In addition to their own beers, Beamish and Crawford brewed and distributed a number of internationally known brands of beer, with the Irish franchises for Fosters, Kronenbourg 1664 and Miller. Fosters has remained with the new owners, while Miller was transferred to a new distributor, importing the beer from SABMiller's Netherlands brewery.

In 2009, Production moved to the former Murphys brewery on closure of the Beamish & Crawford.