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Belfast brothers bringing Cereal Killer Cafe to Electric Picnic

Published 14/08/2015

Milking it: Alan (left) and Garry Keery at their Cereal Killer Cafe in London
Milking it: Alan (left) and Garry Keery at their Cereal Killer Cafe in London

After some serious begging and pleading on Twitter, Ireland will soon be able to experience the Cereal Killer Café.

A pop up of the cult café will appear at this year's Electric Picnic in Stradbally, and is sure to go down a treat with hungry revellers.

The Cereal Killer cafe owners Alan Keery and Gary Keery
The Cereal Killer cafe owners Alan Keery and Gary Keery

Irish fans of the café, which serves over 120 types of cereal, have been lobbying owners to establish a branch of their business on Irish soil.

Its founders, brothers Alan and Gary Keery from Belfast, opened their first café in Shoreditch in London in December 2014 and opened a second branch in Camden a mere six months later.

The concept has proved to be a huge hit with locals and tourists and has generated quite a stir on Twitter.

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Alan says that the calls from Ireland have simply been too strong to ignore.

“Since opening, we have had huge support from everyone back home in Ireland, and we really wanted to give people there a taste of what we do.

Gary added that the café will be needed by many bleary-eyed revellers.

“You wont be able to miss us in our milk crate stand, and a bowl of cereal with ice cold milk is the perfect cure for those morning dry mouths.”

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