Brewing firm announces 150 jobs for Kildare

One hundred and fifty new jobs have been announced for County Kildare.

They are coming on stream over the next three years through The Rye River Brewing Company in Celbridge, which is building a new brewery and visitor centre.

The jobs will be spread across a range of areas like manufacturing, customer service, brewing, export and general operatives.

Brewing firm announces 150 jobs for Kildare

Management hope the €4m project will be worth an extra €12.5m to the local economy.

Meanwhile, the Jobs Minister Richard Bruton will announce details of new jobs at an IT services company in Dublin later.

The software and engineering positions are with the technology consultancy firm Ammeon.


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