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The Porterhouse Brewing Company, established in 1989, was Dublin's first microbrewery. It has, ever since its inception, produced some of the best brews in the city, including its own very fine porter. Their Temple Bar brewpub is located on Parliament Street, where patrons are lured inside, thanks to the enormous vats that are visible from the street. Owing to its popularity, the place gets a little crowded towards the end of afternoon. Midst a handsomely decorated dining area, home-brews are served with much love along with a good selection of delicious pub grub. Not to be missed here are Temple Bräu, Hop Head and Wrasslers 4X Stout, couple these refreshing drinks with a portion of chicken wings; you'd soon be coming back for more!
Located a stone's throw away from Christchurch Cathedral, Bull and Castle is a traditional Irish pub. Besides serving a great pint of Guinness, the bar is also equally well-known for their wines and cocktails. For those who begin to feel the hunger pangs, the pub also serves a variety of expertly-prepared steaks. Live traditional music and singer/songwriter evenings are not uncommon here, and the Castle also features a large function room for private parties.
With plenty of huge screens broadcasting the most exciting games, Woolshed Baa & Grill is the place to go to watch sports and enjoy a cold beer. Their menu features classics like wings, fries, nachos, and more. With regular theme nights and specials, there's always something going on at this friendly bar.
J.W. Sweetman is one of the best brewpubs in Dublin. If you love beer, then their craft brews will make you fall in love with this fermented alcohol even more. Besides their own beer, they also have an impressive list of bottled varieties from across the globe. What's more, is that this pub also believes in good food. Nosh on tasty bites along with your beer. Set in a historic building, it hosts historical nights, where poetry, storytelling and more will regale you.
Against The Grain is a paradise for beer lovers. A popular pub of the city, it's here that locals as well as travelers rub elbows over delicious, local beers and food. The pub has an old-world charm. Wood dominates its interior and simple chairs combined with empty beer barrels make perfect seating spaces. From bottled brews to those on tap, Against The Grain has quite a selection promising something for every taste preference. From burgers to pasta, noodles and more, they have a hearty food menu to satiate your hunger.