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Riverside Summer BBQ with Treaty City Brewery

On: 20 Jun 2018 06.00 PM To: 20 Jun 2018 08.30 PM

Riverside Summer BBQ with Treaty City Brewery


This event is kindly supported by LEO Limerick.

Network Ireland Limerick is a forum for women in business, the professions and the arts. You have the opportunity to attend two Network Ireland Limerick events to get a sense of what we do and to see if it’s for you, before signing up as a member.

Our June event will be a Summer BBQ held at the Clayton Hotel Limerick, with guest speaker Stephen Cunneen from Treaty City Brewery who will share his incredible entrepreneurial story with us on the night. This will be a sociable event with lots of opportunity for networking, as well as sampling some delicious food and drink. There will be a wine reception brought to you by the Clayton Hotel Limerick and pastries by The French Table. This event is kindly supported by LEO Limerick.

Wine reception on arrival, followed by BBQ and guest speaker.


Date: Wednesday, 20th June, 2018

Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm  Registration: 6.00pm with wine and open networking.

Kick-off: 6.30pm sharp

Venue: Clayton Hotel Limerick

Fee: This event is FREE for Network Ireland Limerick Members & €20 for Non-Members including employees, entrepreneurs, SME owners, professionals, not for profit and public sector. 

Remember to bring plenty of Business Cards for Networking!

Please book early as places are limited: https://bit.ly/2JoY3sk


About Treaty City Brewery 

Born to Make Beer....here's their story....

Treaty City Brewery started in a small two bedroomed apartment in East Vancouver Canada. After a long night of general debauchery, plenty of merriment and many bottles of bland tasteless beer, we decided enough was enough. Something had to be done. Life was too short to drink bad beer. The next morning, while nursing a spectacular hangover we headed for the local homebrew store and purchased our very first brewing equipment.

When offered some advice by the owner Stephen duly recited the rich brewing history in Ireland and how it was engrained in our DNA. No instructions needed we declared and headed off with our new gear. After calling back later that day for the instructions we headed home to start on this incredible journey. The spare bedroom was quickly converted into a working brewery and we set about creating our very first beer. Harris Pale Ale was born after many exploding fermenters, boil overs, leaking mash tuns (I could go on it’s a long list). The recipe is still very similar today but we don’t brew on a hob in the kitchen anymore and instead of 20 litres we brew 3000 litres each batch! Soon after our foray into the brewing world, our first child Cliodhna came along and our brewery was promptly converted into a nursery. It’s amazing the structural similarities between a baby’s nursery and a home brewery.

With the new addition to the family and our own Clan so far away we dully set our sights on the emerald Isle. With a quick hop and a skip we were back in the Treaty City and ready for action. Treaty City Brewery was incorporated, labels were created, designs and reviews of everything from bottle caps to t-shirts. Stephen set to work, diligently tasting as many beers as he could (It was very hard work) and building the recipes for the iconic beers that are on the shelves today. 

To hear more about this incredible business journey, be sure to check out the Treaty City Brewery website and come along to our Summer BBQ event on 20th June. 


About Network Ireland Limerick

Network Ireland Limerick is a forum for women in business, the professions and the arts. Our June event is kindly supported by LEO Limerick and is open to both members and non-members.



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