Food & Drink

Take the trip with us as we give you some of the worlds best alcohol products and sample some amazing local delicacies, whilst having the craic and hearing a few yarns (stories) of course.

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"Would love to do this experience again, our guides Jamie and Clare took us on a great journey through the history and food of Belfast. Really enjoyed the local stories and of course sampling the many tasty treat, a great day was had."

Suzanne Conroy – Guest visitor

Barneys Belfast

Barney Hughes Bread, Sticks to your belly like lead

Not a bit of wonder, You fart like thunder, Barney Hughes bread!!

A local classic rhyme that’s stood the time of centuries. Come along on our historical food walking tour ‘Barneys Belfast’ and hear about our heritage in food and drinks. Taste some of the local delicacies that we are super proud of.  On the journey you will get a real feel of the craft and passion of our city.

This tour is an excellent way to explore the city’s beautiful Queens University and Botanic Gardens area.

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Whiskey Business

Belfast was once producing 60% of Irish whiskey and was home to the prestigious Dunville Whiskey company, the largest whiskey business in the world. Come chat with us all things whiskey and let us bring some secrets around Uisce Beatha (Water of Life) you may not have known.

Our whiskey tour guide will bring the streets and stories to life as we explore the city's rich industrial and whiskey heritage. We will finish off by purchasing each visitor a recommended whiskey tailored to their own tastes and interests.

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Belfast Toasts

Belfast is a great place to spend an evening visiting specialist bars and enjoying some local products. Belfast Toasts understands you're out for the craic, so let our guides be the perfect answer to taking in our world class night scene and hearing some interesting tales and myths on the way.

We’ve picked some of the city best venues to taste our local lager, cider, crisps, whiskey and even some specialist drinks as a dark and stormy and of course a Belfast Gin & Ginger (Belfast’s the home of Ginger Ale). Oh, and if want to know best place in the city for Guinness, we’ve got that covered too!!

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