Festive Fair coming to Nicholas Street this Friday

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No Repro Fee Stephen and Treasa Cunneen (owners) pictured at Launch night of Treaty City Brewery, the Limerick-based artisan craft brewery, that has opened a new micro-brewery as a unique tourist attraction in Nicholas Street, the heart of Limerick’s medieval quarter. Two previously derelict buildings with links to Limerick’s 18th century brewing industry, have been converted to offer what is being billed as ‘the ultimate craft brewing experience’. Pic. Brian Arthur

THE Treaty City Brewery Festive Fair will take place this Friday December 3 and next Friday December 10 from 4pm-9pm at Treaty City Brewery 24/25 Nicholas Street, and outdoors at the Widow’s Alms located just across the road from the brewery.

The fair will exclusively feature local independent traders, and will bring some of the city’s best artists, craft-makers and food producers to the Medieval Quarter. Visitors will be able to buy artisan Christmas gifts while taking in the festive vibes with live music from 4pm, grabbing a winter tipple and a bite to eat. 

The stalls will showcase an array of goods, including food, homewares, prints, clothes and jewellery from local traders such as Pressed Flowers by Nell, Prints by Grace Coakley, Small Cuts, Gealach Candles, Elle’s Sketchbook, Solas Cinealta, Mary Stack, and Basgaru.

The Treaty City Brewery stall will have an assortment of gift packs, hampers and canned craft beers, including a new limited release collaboration with Eleven 14 Coffee Roasters. 

Anyone in the mood for a festive drink will be able to choose from the finest of Treaty City beers, brewed right on site, and Signature Mulled Thomond Red Ale.

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For the foodies, Republic of Grill will be serving artisan burgers, milkshakes and more using locally sourced ingredients.

Sweet tooths will also be satisfied by SOS Cookies. And The Little Cheese Stall has you covered for the finest cheeses to be found in Munster. 

Katie Daly’s Heritage Pub will also be putting on a BBQ, and is a great spot for post-fair drinks. Right next door, Bakehouse 22 will be open late serving coffee and other treats. 

The event is free entry, no tickets are required and all, including families and dogs, are welcome.