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TOPIC: Pivovar opening a Dublin pub

Pivovar opening a Dublin pub 1 year 9 months ago #1

The English pub and brewery chain Pivovar, which owns the likes of the Euston Tap, York Tap, Sheffield Tap etc, as well as the Tapped Brew Co. in Leeds, has [url=https://twitter.com/eustontap/status/998582401684197376:3sa3yrhy]announced[/url:3sa3yrhy] it has bought a pub in Dublin, on the fringe of Temple Bar. They have a huge wholesale operation too, and it looks like they're planning to bring beer over from the UK.

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Pivovar opening a Dublin pub 1 year 9 months ago #2

Interesting to watch this one play out. Aiming for a slightly different market to that other English pub chain I assume.

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Pivovar opening a Dublin pub 1 year 9 months ago #3

Cool. Any idea which location?

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Pivovar opening a Dublin pub 1 year 9 months ago #4

"brian_c":2d6gpbtj wrote: Aiming for a slightly different market to that other English pub chain I assume. [/quote:2d6gpbtj]I reckon! Although The Euston Tap is famously cheap by London standards.

Location-wise, The Chancery is up for sale, and if The Legal Eagle can be gentrified perhaps it can too.

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Pivovar opening a Dublin pub 1 year 9 months ago #5

Looks like [url=http://indiebeerweek.ie/event/beoir-chorca-dhuibhne-23-06-18/:15652u1w]the event I'm attending[/url:15652u1w] has some usual suspects joining me.

Leslie Williams
Phil Tavey
Liam La Harte

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Pivovar opening a Dublin pub 1 year 5 months ago #6

This got turned down for [url=http://www.dublincity.ie/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=3607/18:1deoygr3]planning[/url:1deoygr3] last week but they've re-submitted. If it gets approved it'll be on the corner of Exchange Street and Essex Street, around the side of the Turk's Head, and will consist of two stacked shipping containers and a large outdoor yard.

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