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Guaranteed Irish for Hope Beer

Hope Beer has gained the Guaranteed Irish membership symbol.
From left: Des McSwiggan, Co-Founder & Head of Sales at Hope Beer, with Wim De Jongh, Co-Founder & Managing Director.

From left: Des McSwiggan, Co-Founder & Head of Sales at Hope Beer, with Wim De Jongh, Co-Founder & Managing Director.

Founded in 2015 Hope Beer brews a range of premium craft beers and became a Guaranteed Irish member following approval by the organisation’s appraising committee.

Guaranteed Irish, a not-for-profit organisation, represents over 1,200 home-grown and international businesses operating in Ireland and has been promoting business here since 1974.

Speaking on the announcement, Guaranteed Irish Chief Executive Brid O’Connell explained, “We only award the symbol to companies which provide quality jobs, support local communities and are committed to Irish provenance”.

The Guaranteed Irish symbol helps consumers and businesses identify products and services that are better choices for communities across Ireland.

“Being part of such an established and well-respected organisation that champions Irish businesses and jobs is important to us,” said the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Hope Wim De Jongh, “More than ever it’s important to local communities and to the National Economy that people continue to shop and buy local. As a microbrewery we ‘re delighted with the support of like-minded local businesses and through them, the support of consumers.”

Hope Beer brews a range of premium craft beers, canned, bottled and kegged at Howth Junction in North Dublin.

The award-winning brewery uses state-of-the-art equipment to brew its beers including its core range of five beers with seasonals and limited editions throughout the year.

Each beer’s label shows the types of food that best pair with the beer allowing customers to fully enjoy the flavour profile of both the beer and food.

Hope Beer is also a certified member of Origin Green, Bord Bia’s voluntary food and drink sustainability programme which enables Ireland’s food industry to set and achieve measurable sustainability targets that respect the environment and serve local communities more effectively.

 

 

 

 

 

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