Artisan Microbrewery located in Cork, producing a range of high quality Bottled and Draught Beers under the Historical Umbrella of both the Land Mark Public house the Cotton Ball (Est 1874) and its founder Humphrey J Lynch a character with links to the American civil war and cotton picking in Southern America.
The Food Industry Training Unit (FITU) was established by the Faculty of Food Science and Technology, University College Cork, 23 years ago. This was in recognition of the importance of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to the food and related sectors.
Guided activity days which have a strong foodie element (along with adventure sports, hill-walking and sight-seeing) in several different regions in Cork, including the city, East and West Cork and the stunning, wild scenery of Glengarriff and the Beara Penisula.
On The Hoof is a coffee shop that comes to you - it is a mobile unit set up on a stylish converted horsebox, selling barista coffees, teas, hot choc, bottled waters, soft drinks, snacks & home baked treats
A fun, busy self-service café on the balcony overlooking the stalls and the main entrance to the famous old English market – the Balcony café at the Farmgate is a great spot to sit for a while and watch the bustling, colourful market down below. Great coffee, cakes and sandwiches.