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The Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland (ABFI) represents alcoholic drinks manufacturers and suppliers in Ireland. ABFI is a sector association within Ibec
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Fáilte Ireland Jun 14
RT: For those who attended our recent workshop or would like to showcase your business and be part of the food and drink Initiative, sign up for the Charter and submit your ideas ➡️
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Checkout Ireland Jun 14
Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland has committed to sign a European-wide Memorandum of Understanding which will provide consumers with clear information regarding ingredients and energy values on labels
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ABFI Jun 14
ABFI has committed to signing an EU Commission Memorandum of Understanding with to rollout better consumer information across the EU - all beers should be clearly labelling ingredients and calorie information by 2022
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Cork Airport Jun 12
.'s award-winning whiskeys and gins were officially launched in yesterday afternoon.
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ABFI Jun 10
Delighted to attend the official opening of Distillery today by Ivan Menezes Diageo CEO. Set to be Ireland’s 25th whiskey distillery when it opens its doors to the public on 21 June. Amazing transformation of an iconic building - congrats!
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ABFI Jun 10
Congrats - the new distillery looks great.
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ABFI Jun 8
Great tour of ⁦⁩ Love the horse made from whiskey casks. Wonderful innovation whilst recreating a beautiful building.
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ABFI Jun 8
Replying to @connachtwhiskey
The new edition features a contemporary bottle design with a new label highlighting the gins namesake Lough Conn and Lough Cullin. The lower ABV of 42.3% enhances the rich berry and citrus notes and is served perfectly with an Indian tonic and summer berries.
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ABFI Jun 8
Congrats to Mayo’s and on the launch of the new edition Conncullin Irish Gin. Another sign of Ireland’s gin sector going from strength to strength!
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ABFI Jun 8
There are now over 26 Irish gin producers and over 60 Irish gin brands. This means more choice for consumers at home and in export markets. Happy !
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ABFI Jun 8
Happy ! Over the past few years, Irish gin producers have tapped into the growing national and global demand for quality gin, achieving remarkable growth.
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ABFI Jun 6
This Saturday is and we'll be celebrating the recent growth of Irish gin at home and abroad. There are now over 26 gin producers and over 60 gin brands in Ireland!
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spiritsEUROPE Jun 4
Thank you Mr Commissioner for your trust. It is a big step and will report next year on the implementation of our commitment
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Hospitality Ireland Jun 5
ABFI Signs Memorandum Of Understanding To Provide Energy Value On Spirit Drinks
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Checkout Ireland Jun 5
The have today signed a European-wide Memorandum of Understanding, according to a statement.
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ABFI Jun 5
This week we launched our latest ABFI Pulse. This month we're highlighting , as producers want to increase sales from 5,000 cases in 2018 to 80,000 over the next decade. Read more about it here.
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ABFI Jun 5
ABFI is proud to have signed a new MoU with , European trade associations and companies to provide consumers with clear info on energy content and ingredients
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Checkout Ireland Jun 5
Irish producers want to increase sales from 5,000 cases in 2018 to 80,000 over the next decade, according to the .
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Hospitality Ireland Jun 4
Irish Poitín Producers Seek To Grow Sales
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ABFI Jun 4
Irish Spirits Association and represented at today’s spiritsEUROPE annual congress in Paris. France’s Deputy Foreign Minister Jean-Baptiste Moyenne addressing delegates on the importance of EU trade deals
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