Ireland is among the best destinations in the world and is home to several World Heritage Sites and other attractions. Besides the destinations, the North Atlantic island is known for its whiskey and beer. In this article, find out how to spot the best Irish bar.
Whether you are a local or an international beer enthusiast, you want to spend your weekend or those lazy days in a reputable establishment. So, the first thing you should do is head to travel and hospitality sites to find out which are the best bars for beer lovers in Ireland. Trust the reviews and check into a bar that has positive reviews, and most importantly, a place that is known, not just in Ireland, but globally.
When it comes to spending a night out, or just an evening, ambience matters. A good ambience is what you need to feel relaxed and let the beer sink in. Ambience involves just the right lighting, talk of ceiling lamps, floor lamps, and wall lamps that match the interior. Besides the lighting, there should be proper ventilation and air conditioning. You don’t want to be sweating or freezing while enjoying your Guinness.
Ireland is known for its whiskeys, but beer is also synonymous with the North Atlantic island. If you are looking for the ultimate beer experience, make sure to check into an Irish bar that has all the famous Irish beer types, such as stout, lager, and the famous Irish Red Ale. Some of the best beer brands in Ireland include Guinness, Beamish, Kilkenny, Smithwick’s, Murphy’s, and Galway Hooker. A good Irish bar also stocks beers from the renowned breweries in Ireland: Guinness (Diageo), Galway Hooker Brewery, Porterhouse Brewing Company, Murphy Brewery Ireland (Heineken), and Trouble Brewing.
There you have it, folks, three things to look out for when searching for the best Irish bar, whether you are a local visitor or an international traveller. Once you find that perfect spot, check out the prices as well and if they are fair, make sure to drink responsibly.