Clodagh's Irish Food Trails

County Clare

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Clodagh visits the farmers' markets in Ennis and Kilrush. In Inagh, Clodagh visits a 6th-century monastery and the farm that produces a famous local cheese named after Saint Tola. At Ireland's only micro-brewery/pub, Clodagh samples three locally made beers, the Black, Red and Blonde Biddies.
 

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