Indie Pop Stars Black Castle Drinks in The Sunday Irish Times!

Black Castle Drinks Sunday Times Ireland

This bank holiday Sunday we were featured in an excellent article on the soft drink movement in Ireland written by Corinna Hardgrave for the Sunday Times in Ireland. 

We were thrilled to be the featured so prominently and love the picture - John's face makes us laugh out loud!! Our Black Castle craft sodas were in good company too, with Poacher's Tonic and Wild Orchard soft drinks also featured. 

Link to Sunday Times

Our delicious craft soda cocktail, The Red Setter also appeared! It's a citrus and spicey twist on a classic 'Jemmy & Red'. Check out the cocktail recipe below. 

Black Castle Red Lemonade


This twist on the ‘jemmy & red’ is made up of refreshing citrus flavours and fragrant spices using our Spiced Red Lemonade.

You’ll need:
Black Castle Spiced Red Lemonade
40ml Irish Whiskey
20ml Triple Sec
2 Dashes of Aromatic Bitters

Garnish with a large wedge of pink grapefruit and enjoy! 

Black Castle Drinks wins a stand at Taste of Dublin 2016!


Woooooo hoooo! We won! 

Thanks to you, the public, we managed to come first in the Bank of Ireland competition to win a stand at this year's Taste of Dublin! There were over 3,000 votes in what was a very close competition according to the organisers. 


The festival runs over 4 days from 16th - 19th June in the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin. We cannot wait to serve up refreshing craft sodas to the expected 34,000 attendees from our very own 'Black Castle Soda Bar'.

Massive THANK YOU again to all those who voted for us, it really does give us a huge boost to know we have so much support out there! 

Hope to see you at the festival!

We need your votes to WIN a stand a this year's Taste of Dublin!

Taste of Dublin

We  cannot believe we've made it to the last five businesses vying for the public vote in order to win a stand at Taste of Dublin 2016! What an amazing opportunity, not to mention FUN, it would be to be at this year's festival. 

We'd love you forever if you gave us your vote on the Bank of Ireland website here >>>

Or you can click on the button below!


Here's a little video too

Thanks a million!