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Your next HARP carry-out just got a helluva lot more Norn Iron

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NI’s favourite lager has released seven limited edition ‘Pure Here’ cans in a newly designed 12 pack featuring some of the best bits of Northern Ireland: from Derry’s Peace Bridge to the orchards of Armagh, from the brave souls bog snorkelling in Tyrone to those with a head for heights scaling Fermanagh’s Stairway to Heaven and crossing Antrim’s freaky rope bridge.

The new cans are part of Harp’s ‘Pure Here’ campaign, which celebrates the people and places that make life in NI so special. The seven new can designs: Pure Tyrone, Pure Armagh, Pure Antrim, Pure Down, Pure Legenderry, Pure Fermanagh and Pure Belfast – for those city dwellers with loyalties split between Antrim and Down – are hitting shelves in off-licences and supermarkets across the North, just in time for any (rainy) BBQs Harp fans are planning for the big bank holiday weekend.

Boxing legend Carl Frampton, who has been working with Harp on the can launch, said: “The new Harp cans are class. I’ve travelled a lot in my career but I always love coming back to Northern Ireland, it’s definitely true what they say – there’s no place like home.”

Eagle-eyed Harp fans may spot fun visuals of ‘hidden’ quirks showing up in the designs, alongside some of our most iconic landmarks including:
Pure Antrim – The Dark Hedges and Dunluce Castle;
Pure Legenderry – The City Walls and Hands Across the Divide;
Pure Fermanagh – The lakes and the Marble Arch Caves;
Pure Down – Scrabo Tower and the Mourne Mountains;
Pure Tyrone – The Sperrins and Beaghmore Stone Circles;
Pure Belfast – The Albert Clock and Titanic Centre;
Pure Armagh – The Observatory and Palace Stables.

Harp Brand Manager Jeanette Levis added: “I spend a huge amount of time in Northern Ireland and it’s one of my favourite places. To be part of this campaign has been truly special and allowed me to see some of the most iconic and hidden gems Northern Ireland has to offer. We were thinking of producing one Pure Here can to celebrate everything about Northern Ireland, but once we started writing the list of things we wanted to include, we knew we needed one for every county. Each can has some hidden quirks, my personal favourite is the Hands Across the Divide cheers-ing a pint, but I am sure everyone else will have their own.”

The limited edition 12 pack are on shelf today but for a limited time only – so get in quick!

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