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St Patrick’s Athletic announce limited edition Imbibe coffee to fund community projects

Extra.ie logo Extra.ie 19/11/2020 Martin Healy
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St Patrick’s Athletic have teamed up with a coffee roaster in Dublin to produce a new community project that aims to help the club and the local area.

They are not the only League of Ireland club to get into the drinks game, as Bohemians got into the business of making beer earlier this year.

Even with Irish clubs struggling financially due to the ongoing effects of the health crisis, Pat’s have decided to put together a plan to help the local community in Inchicore.

a sign in front of a brick building: St Pat’s Athletic have unveiled a coffee for the first tine. Pic: Twitter © Provided by Extra.ie St Pat’s Athletic have unveiled a coffee for the first tine. Pic: Twitter

Pat’s are teaming up with Imbibe Coffee Roasters to make their first-ever coffee blend — and the proceeds are going to a good cause.

Imbibe have unveiled The Richmond Roast, which is made in Dublin 8 where Imbibe is located, and will ‘help St Patrick’s Athletic FC make a difference across Dublin 8, 10 & 12’.

The club wishes to ‘[contribute] to the development and well-being of our community using the power of football to enhance lives and create community cohesion through education, inclusion, [and] sports participation’.

You can grab a bag or two right here and it’s available either as wholebean or ground.

All the proceeds go to the club’s ‘Saints in the Community’ project, and you can make your first order starting from Friday.

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