SOCIAL PICS: Keoghs Crisps host free Comedy evening with PJ Gallagher in Franciscan Well
12 September 2017
By Tom Collins
Many Cork ingredients are used in new crisps from Dublin firm Keogh’s Farm. The brand says Cork suppliers have been very important to the business with Gubbeen supplying the Chorizo for one flavour, and O’Neill’s in Beara supplying the Irish Atlantic Sea Salt used in other flavours. Irish Cheddar and Red Onion, a new take on the classic combo, is created with a robust cheese from Carbery, Co Cork and paired with Irish red onion for a more intensely flavoured take on Ireland’s favourite flavour.
To launch their new Crinkle Cut range of Crisps Keogh’s held a free comedy evening in Cork on Friday.
Paul Crowley (MC), Tom Keogh and PJ Gallagher pictured at the launch of the Keogh’s new Crinkle Cut Crisps at the Franciscan Well Brew Pub, Cork. Guests were treated to an intimate comedy gig with Irish comedian PJ Gallagher, baskets full of Keogh’s brand new Crinkle Cut Crisps and craft beers from Franciscan Well. Keogh’s Crinkle Cut Crisps are the first and only Irish owned, grown, cooked and flavoured crinkle cut crisps on sale in the Irish market, ploughed with deep ridges for even more flavour. For information, visit www.keoghs.ie or search ‘Keogh’s Farm’ on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
Mary O’Leary from Ballintemple and Isabel Jones from Tower st Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
Daragh O’Shea and Noelle Downey from Carrigaline Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision