All of the above have been scanned from this well-thumbed 1964 copy of The Banba Review, the Journal of the Irish National Union of vintners and Grocers. Many thanks to Terry Meehan, for providing us with his copy to scan and post. 1964 / 60s / Adverts / Food + Drink / Phoenix Tags: Banba, guinness, Harp Lager, smithwicks share You Might Also Like Old Adverts #4 – Dublin Night Clubs 1974 July 28, 2011 Old Adverts #20 – Aer Lingus 1951 October 11, 2011 Ice Pop Culture – Part 2 – HB, The Soft Ones November 16, 2011 This Post Has One Comment jaymkay60 10 Oct 2014 “Double Diamond works wonders, works wonders for you”. Wasn’t that how it went on the t.v. ad? Sounds of the 60s indeed. And to think that th’oul Harpic was once fashionable. Strange days indeed, most peculiar DubDoug. Work on transforming the former Harp brewery into a distillery continues apace, meanwhile. Yup, strange days. Comments are closed.