That's according to a report in today's Sunday Independent.
Craft beer company Rye River has been granted permission to develop an expansion at the site of its Co Kildare brewery.
The Sunday Independent is reporting today that, Kildare County Council granted Rye River permission to develop a new warehousing and a two-storey commercial building that could also be used as a visitor centre at its brewery in Celbridge.
The company first submitted a planning application to expand in late February.
At the time Tom Cronin, a founder and the managing director of Rye River, said that the company was looking to the future with the proposed development, and also added that he had an immediate need for warehousing space, according to the Independent.
In November, the family-owned German brewer Warsteiner made a multi-million euro investment in Rye River.