Aside from their great food selection and service, Farrier & Draper offers a growing selection of international and Irish craft beers. Drinking patrons also get to try and test different craft beer options during the restaurant's 'Beer of the Week' special.
Craft Beer in Dublin
Home to the Temple Bar district and the Guinness brewery, this city is no stranger to a good pint. Naturally, it should come as no surprise that their craft beer selections are pretty on point too. From ales, to lagers, to malts, these endless craft beer types make the beverage a top contender in the alcohol world, and Dubliners have long agreed. To make sure you hops-lovers don’t miss a drop of the good stuff, we’ve rounded up our top spots for craft beer in Dublin.
Located in the heart of Dublin's city centre, Napper Tandy's offers delicious gastropub cuisines, live music every day of the week, and a wide selection of craft beers to chug on, including their own house craft beer, the Session Pale Ale. Can you think of a better trio for a night out?
You can't call yourself a beer connoisseur if you miss out on this spot. 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 own IPAs, pale ales, and stouts. Make sure to also visit the Central Porterhouse, serving up the same delicious Irish craft beers and charm.
P. Mac's is the ultimate craft beer bar in Dublin. A cosy, beautiful bar filled with warm candles and dark wood, this place offers more than 100 types of beer to choose from with 30 craft beers always on tap. It's little wonder that they won craft bar of the year back in 2017.
With 24 taps offering the highest quality of international and Irish craft beers in all of Dublin, you'd be a fool to miss out on 57 the Headline. Making sure to stay affordable, this craft bar also offers craft beer tasting trays if you can't fathom to choose only one of their delicious options.
Lacking mainstream beers, the Temple Bar instead provides a great selection of Irish craft beers including pale lagers, IPAs, and red ales. International crafts are also an option if you want to get out of your comfort zone.
A cosy restaurant cooking up some of the best meals with the freshest ingredients in all of Dublin, The Legal Eagle still considers their craft beer, whiskeys, and wine the driving force of their restaurant. Come in and try one of their 20 craft beers that are constantly on a rotating guest tap.
With a plethora of craft beer options to choose from, and a 189-year-old Victorian interior to admire from every corner, this spot remains a favourite for many booze lovers to visit in Dublin.
While Riot does serve up some pretty wicked cocktails, their craft beer selection should be far from ignored. Always a rotational tap, they offer plenty of specials, from IPAs through to chocolate-y stouts, all of which change regularly.