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Food / November 23, 2021

Porterhouse MINAW collaboration beer drops

Food / November 23, 2021

Porterhouse MINAW collaboration beer drops

Purveyor of crafty beers since before they were cool Porterhouse Beer has teamed up with MINAW collective to drop a limited edition Double New England IPA.

Street Artists Claire Prouvost, Kathrina Rupit, Jess Tobin, and Vanessa Power of MINAW collective bring their respective vibrant, eye-catching Dublin street styles to their 4 unique labels. Each complements the citrusy beer’s sprightly flavours.

The release is a total of 6,000 cans nationally of Porterhouse X MINAW DNE IPA which land on Wednesday, 24th November.

The beer can labels have been specially printed to easy peely off in one piece. This means you have a legit reason to keep the label to jazz up your life.

The beer itself is a banging winter warmer at 8% in a 440ml can with an RRP €6. You can also grab a pint of it in any Porterhouse bar. They’ve also got merch in the form of T-shirts featuring each of the four designs on their website for €30. All profits from each sale go directly to the MINAW Collective artists. Sound.