Going from strength to strength
The Oslo was the start of Galway Bay Brewery and remains our ﬂagship pub based in Salthill; our owners Jason O’Connell and Niall Walsh added a brewery on site in 2009, making The Oslo one of the country’s ﬁrst brew pubs. Since then Galway Bay Brewery has expanded operations to 11 bars based in Galway and Dublin and have grown and re-positioned the Brewery just outside of Galway in Ballybrit. We now produce four core beers along with a plethora of rotational beers that are released throughout the year.
Most recently we have undergone some changes. We have a new Head Brewer Will Avery who joined us from Georgia, USA and we have undergone another expansion project at our Ballybrit site.
With the installation of our new brew house we are turning our focus towards exporting and making our beers available in the UK and Europe.
We have a core range of beers available year round: Full Sail, Bay Ale, Althea and Buried at Sea available at most independent off-licences around Ireland. Keep an eye out for our rotational taps with limited edition brews and seasonal bottle releases! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the most up to date news on GBB.
People's Choice | OMiG Awards 2017. People’s Choice closes on Wednesday 24th May at 23:59 only one vote accepted per visitor.
Posted 5 days, 13 hours agoPeople's Choice | OMiG Awards 2017
Are you a fan of different beers? Next time you're in, why not try the Galway Bay Brewery Full Sail - The simple malt bill gives an ABV of 5.8% which carries the flavour and really allows the hops to shine through. The hops used are of American origin, Colombus, El Dorado and Cascade (45 IBU). With multiple generous additions in the kettle and further dry hopped before it reaches you as fresh as it can be #FatFreddys
Posted 6 days, 17 hours ago
A Clare brewer has said he is “delighted and excited” after being labelled as being one of the world’s best by Lonely Planet.
Posted 2 weeks agoThese three Irish brewers have been recognised by the Lonely Planet