The Burren Smokehouse is a family-run business that was set up in 1989 by Birgitta & Peter Curtin. We believe in Finest Quality Food Products, good customer care and a good group of team workers to ensure that we keep up our standards.
We carefully source our quality raw materials for the Burren Smoked Salmon, Trout, Mackerel, and Cheese. We control our own quality standards with backup of regular testing from independent laboratories and regular checks from organisations who certify us. The Smokehouse currently employs a staff of twelve, and ships within Ireland and to countries all over the world.
And these are the associations we are part of:
The Burren Smokehouse is part of the Burren Ecotourism Network which is a circle of 20 businesses located in the Burren who are committed to offer environmentally friendly services to tourists coming to the area.
Read more here about our Environmental Policy and the Burren Ecotourism Network members.
|EcoTourism Ireland is working in partnership with local businesses all over Ireland to develop EcoTourism as a product of excellence. After a long process the Burren Smokehouse was certified the Gold Award by EcoTourism Ireland in 2011.
Read more here.
|The Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark is a status for our area – including local businesses and everybody living here – which was initiated by the UNESCO. It is given to areas of outstanding geological formations which influence the lives of all creatures living there. You can click on the certificate picture to read it in full. Read more here.
| Good Food Ireland is an industry-driven food tourism organisation which was established in November 2006. Many good food operators in a cross-section of establishments all around the island from restaurants to accommodation, pubs to food shops to cookery schools wanted to be recognised and endorsed for their commitment to using Irish, local and artisan food produce. Read more here.
|Slow Food aims are first and foremost to educate people about wonderful local culinary resources in the face of the over-commercialisation, globalisation and homogenisation of our food. Read more here
Gift Calendar 2015 so you remember to order your salmon gifts in time:
15 March: Mothering Day (IRL, UK) [always on 4th Sunday of Lent]
17 March: St. Patrick’s Day (IRL, N.I.)
3 April: Good Friday (UK, N.I.)
6 April: Easter Monday (IRL, UK)
4 May: Bank Holiday (IRL, UK, N.I.) [always 1st Monday in May]
10 May: Mother’s Day (USA, CAN) [always 2nd Sunday in May]
18 May: Victoria Day (CAN) [always on Monday preceding May 25]
25 May: Memorial Day (USA, UK, N.I.) [always last Monday in May]
1 June: Bank Holiday (IRL) [always 1st Monday in June]
28 June: Father’s Day (IRL, UK, USA, CAN) [always the 4th Sunday in June]
1 July: Canada Day (CAN)
4 July: Independence Day (USA)
12 July: Battle of the Boyne/Orangemen’s Day (N.I.)
3 August: Bank Holiday (IRL, Scotland) [always 1st Monday in August]
31 August: Bank Holiday (England, Wales, N.I.) [always last Monday in August]
7 September: Labor Day (USA) [always 1st Monday in September]
12 October: Columbus Day (USA) [always 2nd Monday in October]
12 October: Thanksgiving (Canada) [always 2nd Monday in October]
26 October: Bank Holiday (IRL) [always last Monday in October]
11 November: Veteran’s Day (USA)
26 November: Thanksgiving (USA) [always 4th Thursday in November]
30 November: St. Andrew’s Day (Scotland)
25 December: Christmas Day (IRL, UK, USA, CAN)
26 December: St. Stephen’s Day (IRL)
27 December: Boxing Day (UK, N.I.)