Diageo Alcohol use Fatti Burke


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@fattiburke is everywhere! Her signature pop visuals, wholesome sense of humour and love for Irish culture have made the illustrator-author and her designs a household name.

Ahead of a new collaboration with @guinness landing at All Together Now, Fatti spoke to us about her career highs and lows and overcoming imposter syndrome.

#LovelyDayForAGuinness

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Diageo Alcohol use Fatti Burke


district.magazine
@fattiburke is everywhere! Her signature pop visuals, wholesome sense of humour and love for Irish culture have made the illustrator-author and her designs a household name.

Ahead of a new collaboration with @guinness landing at All Together Now, Fatti spoke to us about her career highs and lows and overcoming imposter syndrome.

#LovelyDayForAGuinness

Please drink Guinness responsibly.
Visit drinkaware.ie

Hit the link in bio to read.

Diageo put Dolores and Gloria Guinness out front

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The way we were. Metro Society style icons – mother and daughter: Dolores and Gloria Guinness wearing Balenciaga for French Vogue in 1957. From the 1950’s through to the end of the 1970’s they graced the society pages of fashion magazines. Stuff of legend, these two ladies led an existence that combined the high life, the best of the best, all underpinned with elegance and classic grace, and often laced with tragedy. Attending all the smart parties, being seen in all the right places, following the seasons around the globe, this mother, daughter act were repeatedly honored on the best dressed lists and considered iconic in the fashion world. Close to mirror images of one another they were each other’s inspiration to set the standard. Gloria leading by example, Dolores following up with a more moedern twist. (Photo: Henry Clarke/ @madameei)
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Irish beer production slumped in 2021 @DrinksIreland









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Irish beer production slumped in 2021 but recovery under way https://irishtimes.com/business/irish-beer-production-slumped-in-2021-but-recovery-under-way-1.4873909
via @IrishTimes

Beer production fell sharply in the Republic last year, down 46 per cent on 2020, according to figures released by the employers’ lobby group, Ibec. The numbers employed in the sector also fell by a fifth.

The group’s Drinks Ireland|Beer division suggests the fall in production was due to a drop in demand following the tough anti-virus restrictions on the hospitality sector that were in place for large parts of 2021. Its Beer Market report says about 60 per cent of beer typically is consumed in pubs, but that fell to 29 per cent in 2020 before recovering somewhat to 46 per cent in 2021.

The production dip in 2021 followed a fall of 13 per cent the previous year.

While total beer sales fell by 1.2 per cent last year compared with 2020, and consumption per person fell 2.3 per cent, the sector began to stage a clear recovery in the second half of 2021 as the on-trade reopened and trends for home consumption began to moderate.

Figures provided in the Drinks Ireland|Beer report suggest sales volumes were at pre-pandemic levels during the third quarter of 2021.

Stout demand

More than 32 per cent of all beer sold in the Irish market last year was stout, a return to pre-pandemic normality. Stout’s share had dipped to about 25 per cent in 2020, when pubs were largely closed for chunks of the year. Lager sales, which spiked during periods of lockdown, fell back significantly in 2021.

Non-alcoholic beer sales were just 1.5 per cent of the total, although the proportion is four times larger than it was just four years ago.

The value of beer exports fell 3 per cent last year to €246 million, according to the Ibec report. Britain followed by the US is the biggest export market for beer produced in Ireland. Sales from the beer category contributed about €351 million in exchequer receipts.

Beer production fell sharply in the Republic last year, down 46 per cent on 2020, @DrinksIreland









Drinks Ireland

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Irish beer production slumped in 2021 but recovery under way https://irishtimes.com/business/irish-beer-production-slumped-in-2021-but-recovery-under-way-1.4873909
via @IrishTimes

Beer production fell sharply in the Republic last year, down 46 per cent on 2020, according to figures released by the employers’ lobby group, Ibec. The numbers employed in the sector also fell by a fifth.

The group’s Drinks Ireland|Beer division suggests the fall in production was due to a drop in demand following the tough anti-virus restrictions on the hospitality sector that were in place for large parts of 2021. Its Beer Market report says about 60 per cent of beer typically is consumed in pubs, but that fell to 29 per cent in 2020 before recovering somewhat to 46 per cent in 2021.

The production dip in 2021 followed a fall of 13 per cent the previous year.

While total beer sales fell by 1.2 per cent last year compared with 2020, and consumption per person fell 2.3 per cent, the sector began to stage a clear recovery in the second half of 2021 as the on-trade reopened and trends for home consumption began to moderate.

Figures provided in the Drinks Ireland|Beer report suggest sales volumes were at pre-pandemic levels during the third quarter of 2021.

Stout demand

More than 32 per cent of all beer sold in the Irish market last year was stout, a return to pre-pandemic normality. Stout’s share had dipped to about 25 per cent in 2020, when pubs were largely closed for chunks of the year. Lager sales, which spiked during periods of lockdown, fell back significantly in 2021.

Non-alcoholic beer sales were just 1.5 per cent of the total, although the proportion is four times larger than it was just four years ago.

The value of beer exports fell 3 per cent last year to €246 million, according to the Ibec report. Britain followed by the US is the biggest export market for beer produced in Ireland. Sales from the beer category contributed about €351 million in exchequer receipts.