Craft Beer In Dublin

Home to Temple Bar and the Guinness brewery, it's no surprise that the city knows a thing or two about a good pint. Whatever you need - they can brew it. From ales to lagers, and malts, make sure you hops-lovers don’t miss a single drop as we’ve rounded up our top bars for craft beer in Dublin.

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The Bleeding Horse

The Bleeding Horse is giving craft beer lovers a real treat as they showcase a wide selection of booze, alongside messy wings and scrumptious burgers. Be sure to book a spot here when your favourite sport's team is playing as they're often hosting buzzing viewing parties.

BrewDog Outpost

Taking up a sizeable plot on Grand Canal Dock, Ireland's first ever BrewDog was a long time coming... but well worth the wait. A haven for drinking delicious pints in Dublin, this quirky bar and restaurant serves a wide range of brews from across the globe alongside American-inspired eats.

Mary's Bar & Hardware Shop

A unique bar serving up pub grub, groceries, and actual hardware for sale, Mary's makes sure to have the latest and greatest of craft beers in Ireland. Along with its quirky interiors and ample food menu, there's plenty of reasons to love this unique bar on Wicklow Street. 

The Porterhouse Temple Bar

The first Dublin brewpub, The Porterhouse Temple Bar has the the largest selection of world class beers in Ireland, and are brewing up signature pints including their very own IPAs, pale ales, and stouts. Plus, you can revel in their buzzing atmosphere and live music.

The Temple Bar

Shunning most mainstream beers, Temple Bar instead provides a great selection of Irish brews including pale lagers, IPAs, and red ales. International bottles are also an option if you want to get out of your comfort zone and try something new at this Dublin bar.


While Riot does serve up some pretty wicked cocktails, their craft selection is certainly one of Dublin's finest. With a frequently rotating tap, they offer plenty of specials, from IPAs through to chocolate stouts, providing something for every type of beer drinker that pays a visit.

The Palace Bar

With a plethora of lagers and ales to choose from and a 189-year-old Victorian interior to admire from every corner, this spot remains a crowd favourite for many booze lovers to visit in Dublin. Join them for a brew or two and perfectly pair it with their menu of hearty pub grub.


P. Mac's is the ultimate watering hole in Dublin for cheap craft beer. A cosy, beautiful environment filled with warm candles and dark wood, this place offers more than 100 options to choose from. It's little wonder that they won bar of the year back in 2017.