You can get married in this Irish brewery and it looks gorgeous
Alternative wedding venues are growing in popularity with Irish couples, but would you ever consider saying 'I do' at a brewery?
If a church or hotel isn't your thing or you're just really into craft beer, you might fancy having your big day at this rustic-looking venue in County Louth.
The Carlingford Brewing Company Brewery on the Cooley Peninsula has just opened its doors to bridal couples.
The restored 14th century mill looks like the ultimate hipster wedding venue - stone walls, candlelight, leather chairs in rich colours, even an old piano for your 2am sing-song.
"The building is full of character and there are still lots of signs as to when it was a working mill," director Des Goldrick told us.
"The building lends itself perfectly as a wedding venue as well as the surrounding grounds and stream."
It's an all-in-one venue as couple can hold both their ceremony and reception there with room for up to 100 guests.
As a private venue, the brewery will look after seating and the bar (obvs) on the day.
"We also include use of our brewery taproom for the following day as well as use of our conservatory for ceremonies," said Des.
Couples can even brew their own beer as a keepsake from their big day.