Beer or Donuts?

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Rebel Red (above) and the Chieftan IPA

Why not both?

Orna Daly writes:

In a partnership like no other, Cork’s Franciscan Well brewery and Dublin’s Aungier Danger donuts and deli are collaborating to bring a masterfully crafted donut and beer marriage to the public,

The first of the two quirky creations, sees Rebel Red accompanied by a salty sweet donut kick with a burst of raspberry madness. This donut delight is best washed down with the malty Franciscan Well rebel to leave a silky sweet finish.

The other acclaimed arrival is the Chieftain IPA paired donut in which tropical fruit sweetness of Chieftain will be matched with a smokey bacon and wicked sweet blueberry taste sensation.

The two dangerously tasty variations will be available as part of an exclusive sampling campaign in over 50 selected outlets in Dublin and Leinster from 5th May for a limited time only.

To celebrate this nom-tastic partnership we have SIX cans of Fran Well beer plus holders and coolers to giveaway  to a Broadsheet reader.

To enter, just complete this sentence.

‘Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like_____________and_____________________’

Lines MUST close at 5.55pm 11.45pm.

Franciscan Well

Aungier Danger

40 thoughts on “Beer or Donuts?

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Cha and Miah and Mrs Brown.

  2. condor

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Broadsheet.ie and Office Hours

  3. Zena

    Cork cork beer and Dublin donuts go together like Taytos on Brennans bread spread with Kerrygold, mmmmmmm.

  4. Murtles

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like rama lama lama and dinga da dinga dong (which ironically is all you’ll be able to say due to tastiness).

  5. mildred st. meadowlark

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like peanut butter and banana – surprisingly delicious.

  6. Anomanomanom

    Cork craft beer and tasty dublin donuts go together like a baby and its mother tit at feeding time, sure it my make some people uncomfortable but we’d all secretly love to be able to that in public as well. I guess beer and donuts will do as well though

  7. Richard

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like a Barry’s Tea and Coddle on a Winter’s night

    1. realPolithicks

      ‘Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like ’This is the most 2017 and thing I’ve seen all day”

      It’s important to get the format right.

  8. scottser

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like heart disease and type 2 diabetes

  9. Frilly Keane

    Cork Craft Beer and tasty Dublin Doughnuts go together like Rebels and Jackeens

    It never ends well but its always worth it

  10. Barry Higgins

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Tanora and Coddle

  11. Ian

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Stevie Wonder and glasses.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        How did you miss the humour in this? Harry/Happy is clearly acting the maggot. (I sincerely hope you are, H, or there is no hope for you.)

        Are you more of a pun man? Is that it? What tickles your funnybone? It’s not our old pal LJG, is it? (Genuine questions.)

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            I would hope so. Hideous things.

            Giz a nice sensible leather strap any day.
            Interpret that however you want ;p

  12. DaithiG

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Roy Keane and Eamon Dunphy,

    They’re not supposed to, but when a certain Waterford Chief Executive is around, it’s pure vulgar poetry..

    1. Frilly Keane

      one things for sure
      if that last Live Chat is an’ting to go by
      Batty doesn’t need anymore drink

      for at least a fortnight

  13. Dave

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like hipsters and that obscure and “so un-cool it’s cool” thing you’ve never heard of.

  14. Joe cool

    cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like LJG and the severe lack of a sense of humour

  15. Russell Steed

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like rama lama lama and ka dinga da dinga dong.

  16. kid jensen

    Franciscan Well is owned by Molson Coors one of the biggest brewers in the world.

  17. Garthicus

    Molson Coors (the owners of Franciscan Well) and and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Donald Trump & your mammies post office savings account.

  18. Penfold

    ‘Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Aerosmith and RunDMC. Not sure of the combination, but could be brilliant.

  19. Eimear

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like rama lama lama and ka dinga da dinga dong.

  20. thefatlad

    Cork craft beer and tasty Dublin donuts go together like Ike and TIna: sweet sweet music with the potential for violence

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