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Dan Kelly’s Cider Blog

  • Join us on a tractor tour of our beautiful orchard in bloom, for our 8th Annual Apple Blossom Walk. As always, our event was in aid of Drogheda Homeless Aid & SOSAD Ireland. You can make a donatio

  •  For the second year in a row, our annual Q&A took place virtually from our orchard in full bloom. As always, our event was in aid of Drogheda Homeless Aid & SOSAD Ireland. You can make a don

  • Whether you call them pancakes, hotcakes, griddle cakes or drop scones, February wouldn’t be the same without Pancake Tuesday. The combinations of toppings are endless but our favourite is apple cider

  • It’s the most wonderful traditional meal of the year packed with turkey, ham and all manner of festive delights. However, if you’re looking for something just that little bit different our ham with ci

  •   Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a glass of mulled cider. Some can be quite complex but others can be very straightforward. This recipe is a foolproof way to make a brew of delicio

  • Dan Kelly’s Cider is delighted to announce a new way for you to purchase your cider, directly through our new online shop –  dankellyscider.com/shop. The Dan Kelly’s Cider range can now be purch

  • Our favourite book on the subject of Irish craft beer and cider is undoubtedly Slàinte by Caroline Hennessy and Kristen Jensen. It’s a super book that we love to dip into every so often, especia

  • This delicious recipe of slow-roasted pork belly with Dan Kelly’s Cider comes complete with crackling. It originally featured in the Maritime Festival’s brochure and was created by chefs f

  • The Fleadh Cheoil is coming to our hometown of Drogheda again and we’re VERY excited! The town is going to be buzzing with music for eight days and nights and it’s going to be amazing! Now

  • Summer is in full swing and we all know there’s no better place than Ireland in the sun! Here are five of the best beer gardens around Ireland to enjoy the craic, sun and views along with a few

  • When you think of dishes that are traditionally associated with cider beef is one that doesn’t come to mind and no manner of promoting is likely to help you make that association. Caroline Hennessey,

  • Let’s face it, you can’t ever depend on the weather in Ireland – but what you can depend on luckily is a cosy Irish pub.  Best of all though, are the ones that have a real fire. Here

  • While some foodies might turn up their noses at the prospect of pairing cider with food, with the onset of more varieties to the market and the greater appreciation of the craft of cider, this attitud

  • It’s not only bars and off-licences you can get Dan Kelly’s Cider in… it’s restaurants too! So, ditch doing those dishes and go get some delicious grub and a Dan’s in one of th

  • The time we sat down to host #irishbeerchat Every week a bunch of craft beer and cider bloggers, beer lovers, other craft beer/cider brands and lots of people in between take part in #irishbeerchat &#