Much has changed in recent weeks but discerning drinkers have not lost their taste for the funky modern beer made by Boundary Brewing Cooperative in Belfast.
The brewery closed when lockdown was introduced but started production again a few weeks later to meet the growing demand for its distinctive cans of craft beers.
Head brewer Matthew Dick said: “The last few weeks have been mental. We stopped brewing. We weren’t quite sure how things would play out. And then the customer orders started coming in. So we’re brewing again. Yay.”
Obviously the brewery and popular tap room remain closed to the public but the online shop is doing brisk business.
Boundary is also running a virtual pub quiz every Friday at 8pm called Silver Linings, and the prize is beer, of course.
Boundary has grown rapidly since production started in 2015 and its beer is now available in Europe, North America and the Far East. Co-op Loan Fund has supported its expansion. Read more here.