Finding our feet...

It's a difficult thing starting a brewery, especially when you don't actually have a brewery. I'm lucky enough to be able to use the facilities at Boundary Brewing in Belfast in return for quite a bit of hard work. So effectively I'm working for, and making beers for two breweries. Busy, busy. Ask my wife.
We've had our four beers in the market now for just over three months and they've been well received, thanks to the support we've had from our off sales, bars and restaurants (see stockist list below). But we're only finding our feet. I've tweaked the recipes of a few of the beers and you will see them improve through the first half of the year and I'm ready to add a new beer into the mix which will be released next week (if the labels ever arrive).
Anyway, the list of stockists is growing all the time and it'll be updated regularly. I'm pretty sure I've missed at least 10!
If your local has no Heaney beer in stock then give 'em a nudge and point them to our website.
Remember, every beer you buy brings us a wee bit closer to our Brewery in Bellaghy.
More about that next time.
Mal.

Stockists


Ox Cave Belfast
Coco Belfast
Town Square, Belfast
The Vineyard, Belfast
Brewbot Belfast
Bottles, Belfast
Black Box, Belfast
Voodoo, Belfast
Boat House
Grange Holywood
Neill Wine, Groomsport
Neill Wine, Helens Bay
Neill Wine, Carrick
The Salty dog, Bangor
Lighthouse Wines, Whiteabbey
The Wine Trader, Dungannon
The Wine Rack, Stewartstown
The Wine Store, Armagh
J.D Tipler, Portadown
Village Cellars, Donacloney
Fairly, Coleraine
Bin 34, Castlewellan
Bin 66, Bainbridge
KWM, Kilkeel
Fiveways, Newry
Lowry Wines, Hilltown
Magees, Crossgar
McSwiggans, Magherafelt
The Coachman, Magherafelt
Oscars, Castledawson
Seamus Heaney HomePlace, Bellaghy