KIRIN BEER has been legal in Ireland since 1848 and its beer is brewed in three pubs: the Royal Dublin and the Rathskeller.
But now the company is also making its own beer and a new one, called Kirin Beer Co, has been created by its new Irish partners.
The two new beers are brewed in a new brewery in the city of Donegal.
The new brewery, called KIREN BEER, is the second of its kind in the country, after one in Dublin.
The original was built by the Cork brewery Kilkenny, and the new one is by the Dublin-based company, which will be renamed KIRAN BEER.
KIRINS BEER was founded in 1848 by the German brewing giant Karl Schiller and the French brewer Paul-Henri Bruyns.
KINDER BEER is a new company founded by the Belgian brewery Aultbrouwerij Nederland.
The Nederlands beers are made by AultBrouwerijk in the Netherlands and are the second-biggest brewer in Belgium.
KENZLER BEER and KIRENS BEER are owned by the French company SABOTAG, which is based in Paris.
In 2017, the Nederlanders and SABO were among the most popular craft beers in Belgium, and both were among top sellers in the European market.
SABOS AUSTRALIA was launched in 2000 and the Nordic beer company has since become one of the biggest brewers in the world.
The company, based in Sydney, has won awards for its craft beers.
The brewery has been brewing its own beers since 2010.
It makes a range of different beers, including a Belgian-style lambic, a wheat-flavoured beer, a traditional sour ale and a Belgian brown ale.
The beer is available in 12-packs and in the popular Kirin format, which has been adapted for the home market.
The brewer has launched several beers in the past, including KIRIS BEER BEAVER and KERKET BEER which are both light and dark beers.
It has a new, smaller, brewery in KIRINE which is under construction.
It also has a large tasting room at the Royal Melbourne Hotel and is currently looking for a new location.
The Kirin beers will be available from June 1.