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5 Of The Best Beer Gardens in Ireland

With relativity mild weather for this time of year, you may still fancy some October Bank Holiday drinks al fresco style, here’s some of the Ireland’s beer gardens that are still open.


39 John St. County Kilkenny

Hidden at the back of Billy’s is the Converted Double Decker Bus with private bar and lawn. Host to the Back Street Bistro during the week and weekend vibes thereafter. Explore Billys outdoor spaces. Famous for locals and surprise to newcomers. Young, old, hip or smooth these intimate spaces have something for everyone.

11 Forster Street, County Galway

The Guinness at An Pucan is regularly touted by reviewers and customers alike as the best in Galway, the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming and the bar staff could be put up against the best of them.

From the outside it looks very small, and yet as soon as you walk in you realise that it stretches a long way back. At the rear you’ll find the newly renovated beer garden, which for much of the year is a great sun-trap.


 Inch beach, County Kerry

Located on Inch beach in Kerry, Sammy’s beer garden is for those who don’t mind getting sand between their toes. The guys offer delicious pints and spectacular sea side views. But bring a jacket as it tends to be a bit nippy this time of the year or the alternative is just order more whiskey.

Murrisk, Westport, County Mayo

One of Ireland’s oldest pubs – Campbell’s at the reek is in a very unique location, they are situated at the beginning of the Croagh Patrick ascent… and the end of your descent for a relaxing pint of Guinness.


51 Grand Parade, Cork

One of Cork’s biggest beer gardens Deep South offers a wide range of craft beer and whiskey to quench your thirst this weekend. With plenty of seating and an awning in case of rain, the atmosphere this weekend is guaranteed to be top drawer.

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