A bard in a Gaelic Bardic School lamented as follows in poetic style during the recession that followed the defeat of the Irish at the Battle of Kinsale

My craft is disappearing with the change of the law in Ireland.

O’ grief that I must now take to brewing.

Studying the change of law in Ireland

In the early years of the 1600’s the bard in question changed his occupation with the times and when his school finally closed he reinvented himself and henceforth practised the art of farming. Maybe, with the arrival of the new laws he decided to grow a crop that provided him with the raw material to set up his brewing enterprise!

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