Nashville Gaelic Athletic Club announces Sullivan’s Brewing Co. as new sponsor alongside Jersey Reveal

NASHVILLE, Tenn., September 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As their organization continues to make strides in the arena of Irish sports and culture, the Nashville Gaelic Athletic Club will announce at Sullivan’s Brewing Co. as new travel sponsor on September 14, 2022. During this event, the club will discuss how at Sullivan’s Brewing Co. is representative of the group’s mission and vision and unveils the club’s new team shirts. The outing will take place at the Lost Paddy Irish Pub in 7 p.m.. Club members, supporters and the general public are all invited.

“Irish sports exhibit a unique camaraderie and appreciation for Gaelic culture,” says club chairman Noah Fitzpatrick. “We hope that the partnership with at Sullivan’s Brewing Co. can extend that appreciation to new audiences and go beyond the boundaries of what it means to celebrate Irish culture in America, whether it’s playing with teammates or going out for a drink with an old friend.”

at Sullivan’s Brewing Co.’s long history began in 1702, as a brand with close ties to Kilkenny, Ireland. Although it was forced to close in 1918, the brand has made huge strides since, relaunching in 2016 and moving into overseas markets in America. at Sullivan’s the beer is inspired by traditional hand-brewed Kilkenny recipes, using only local ingredients to Ireland. For more information you can visit their website and check out the many beers they have to offer.

Nashville Gaelic Athletic Club hosts a variety of Irish sports. Hurling, a fast-paced, high-scoring batting ball game, is the national sport of Ireland, where it is primarily played, but is also found in parts of the world where Irish immigrants have settled. Gaelic football is played with similar rules but uses a similar sized ball to that used in football. While many Americans have yet to discover the ancient games, played for over three thousand years, most are familiar with derivatives of hockey, field hockey, lacrosse, football and golf. However, hurling, camogie and Gaelic football are growing in popularity and are now played in around 50 towns across the country, including three towns in the Tennessee only.

The Nashville Gaelic Athletic Club is always recruiting adults of all ages, genders and fitness levels. No experience is required and training will be provided throughout the year. Interested parties may contact by e-mail at [email protected] or by direct message on Facebook or Instagram. The latest version of the Nashville Gaelic Athletic Club jersey can be purchased from O’Neill’s.

More information can be found on the GAC Nashville website at

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