We all agree that beer is the oldest alcoholic drink, dating back many centuries. That is why if you’re visiting Dublin city for the first time, the choice of beer halls can be somewhat overwhelming. Brewers such as SLBC will help you quench your thirst from their varieties like classic bitters or stout to crisp lagers and IPAs. Also, most establishments serve the perfect pint of Guinness.
Best Dublin Places to Sip Your Beer
The two types of beers typically connected with Irish breweries are dry stouts like Guinness and traditional red ales. It’s essential to know the right places to enjoy these beers as you explore the Irish culture. The best traditional pubs to visit when in Dublin are Long Hall, Grogan’s, Kehoes Pub, Toners Pub, The Brazen Head, O’Neills, O’donoghues, Merrion Row and the Stags Head.
When the sun is out, and you want to enjoy your favourite beer outdoors. Don’t worry; there are numerous beer gardens where you enjoy your cold beer. Here are some of the best outdoor places you can visit in Dublin as you catch up with your friends and family, The Living Room, Workman’s club, Harbourmaster, Porterhouse temple bar, Seasons, Bath Pub, Sandyford House, The Goat Bar & Grill and Eden House. During these times of global pandemic, these outdoor spaces are great because they have lots of beautiful outdoor space available in their beer garden.
How To Enjoy Your Beer
Dublin beer halls are not only great places to meet and enjoy your favourite beer, but you can also enjoy a great selection of foods while being wowed by great music played by legendary artists. Also, if you prefer outdoor beer places, you can get outdoor drinks, food and dining, watch sports and have catch-ups with friends and family in the sun this summer.