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Food / March 2, 2022

BEYOND THE PALE reveal Beyond the Plate

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Food / March 2, 2022

BEYOND THE PALE reveal Beyond the Plate

Words: Shamim de Brún

BEYOND THE PALE reveals curated culinary experience called Beyond the Plate

The Beyond The Plate lineup which has bet to be revealed has been carefully curated by Ali Dunworth. Ali is an Irish Times journalist and the curator of Eatyard at The Bernard Shaw. As well as curating the food line up she’ll also be pulling together a line-up of talks and demonstrations from some of Ireland’s leading food and beverage personalities.

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The BEYOND THE PALE team have partnered with Whiplash Beer to be the first major Irish music festival to serve only independently made Irish beer. There will be a Big Romance bar area, where attendees can sample great music and Whiplash beer. The space will also have a specially curated cocktail menu.

The festival takes place from Friday, June 10 to Sunday, June 12 in Glendalough.  Three-day tickets start at one hundred and forty-nine euros with no booking fees. The Festival offers luxury on-site camping, glamping, motorhome and caravan facilities, as well as on-site parking.

Click here to see the lineup or for more information and tickets check out their website

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