26 Jul Five of the best beer gardens around Ireland to enjoy a Dan Kelly’s Cider in
Summer is in full swing and we all know there’s no better place than Ireland in the sun! Here are five of the best beer gardens around Ireland to enjoy the craic, sun and views along with a few craft ciders. In no particular order:
Take a drive down the coast road, enjoy the stunning views, stop for a refreshing pint of cider at Finnegan’s and you’ve got the makings of a very well spent summer day!
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Finnegan’s of Dalkey pub just down the coast from Dublin in Dalkey is a locals favorite that also just so happens to have had visits for their legit Irish coastal pub grub from the likes of the Obamas (I sat in Michelle’s Obama’s seat NBD ?♀️) Super warm place to cozy up in a booth for some cottage pie and a @jameson_us and ginger (one of Ireland’s most popular pub drinks) and maybe some fried hake and chips too because you only live once and there is always mighty craic (Irish for what is essentially a badass awesome time) to be had. The coastal drive overlooking the cliffs to get here from Dublin is well worth the trip alone. Also, Enya lives down the way in a giant castle so there’s that.
A trip to Galway wouldn’t be complete without a walk down the promenade at Salthill followed by a pint at Olso Bar. Soak up the sun and the great Galway atmosphere all in one go!
Craic, ceol and a buzzing beer garden is exactly what you’ll find in Limerick if you visit Nancy Blakes on Upper Denmark Street. Add a pint of cider into the mix and you’ve got the perfect evening ahead of you!
This beer garden may, quite possibly, have THE best views in Ireland. It’s also National Pub of the year! Now all you need is a delicious cider to complete the picture.
Fancy a pint in an award-winning gastropub with a beer garden that is surrounded by nature? Well, The Lime Kiln in Julianstown is just what you’re looking for!