3 Easy Ways You Can Help Local Irish Businesses This Weekend

We're doing our best to help Irish businesses.

Even though we're all still practising social distancing and most of us are working from home, we still want to help support Irish food and drink producers. 

We've decided to help our readers #ShopForIreland so we'll be posting every day to highlight producers around Ireland. Get in touch on our social channels with your suggestions on who we should write about.

The Burren Basket

Members of the Burren Food Trail have teamed up to launch the Burren Basket, which is jam-packed with local artisan products like Burren Smokehouse salmon, St Tola goat cheese, Market House pudding and more. The basket is available in tow sizes and can be delivered all over Ireland. Click here to order. 

Beer Cloud

In order to help breweries all over Ireland, the team at Dead Centre Brewing in Athlone have launched beercloud.ie, which delivers craft beer to customers all over Ireland - with no minimum order required. The service was launched in conjunction with St Mel's Brewing Company in Longford, 12 Acres Brewing Company in Laois, Ballykilcavan Farm and Brewery in Laois, Black Donkey Brewing in Roscommon and Wide Street Brewing Company in Longford. To see what beers are on offer, click here.

The Butcher Grill At Home

The Butcher Grill in Ranelagh closed to the public in early March but is now back open in a new style. Customers can now order a takeaway box containing steaks, sides and instructions for them to cook their own meals at home or you can order your fully cooked meal for collection. Click here for more info.

This article is part of a daily #ShopForIreland series on our sister site, FOOD AND WINE. To read more #ShopForIreland pieces, click here. Or better yet, if you know about a food or drink company that we can try to support through the COVID-19 outbreak? Let them know on their FacebookInstagram or Twitter pages

Main image by Marina Zaharkina 

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