New craft beer honours the glory of Wexford's 1996 hurling win

By David Tucker

Published 15/12/2015 | 00:00

Rory Kinsella (1996 Wexford Hurling Champions Trainer), Colm Kehoe (1996 All-Ireland winner), Paul Lenehan (The Dew Drop), Ronan Kinsella (The Dew Drop), and Damien Fitzhenry and Tom Dempsey (1996 All-Ireland winner) at the launch of the new craft beer '96'.
Rory Kinsella (1996 Wexford Hurling Champions Trainer), Colm Kehoe (1996 All-Ireland winner), Paul Lenehan (The Dew Drop), Ronan Kinsella (The Dew Drop), and Damien Fitzhenry and Tom Dempsey (1996 All-Ireland winner) at the launch of the new craft beer '96'.

Former Wexford GAA footballer Ronan Kinsella and his business partner Paul Lenehan of The Dew Drop, Kill, have launched their own new craft beer, '96', named in honour of the Model County's All Ireland Championship win.

Some members of the Wexford 1996 All Ireland Hurling Champion Team were at the launch at the Dew Drop in Kill, including Ronan's father Rory Kinsella, who was the trainer of the 1996 team, as well as Colm Kehoe, Damien Fitzhenry and Tom Dempsey. Ronan said that as a former Wexford GAA footballer, Ronan decided to name the beer after the glory of 1996.

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