I found no topic on the matter so I opened one myself. Excuse me if I actually missed it.
Well, I am sure I am not the only irish traditional music "enthusiast" among the beer "enthusiasts" here, so I opened the topic for suggestion of both 'ceol and beoir' bar and also of possible crawls (or more likely, 'walks') between bars with craft beer and the ones known for 'the music'.
Black stuff aside, the website points that they serve [i:14qmt1mz]Celis White[/i:14qmt1mz] (a Belgian witbier) and also a Czech lager, [i:14qmt1mz]Staropramen[/i:14qmt1mz].
Musically it needs no introductions...
In Lisdoonvarna there is [i:14qmt1mz]The Burren[/i:14qmt1mz] (already commented on the board) Brewpub who is also a place for "the music".
About crawls: The Bull & Castle's way to The Cobblestone or M. Hughe's (on Chancery Street) would not be a distant walk: 7 minutes according to google maps.
In Dún Laoghaire the FXB bar to the [i:14qmt1mz]Cultúrlann na hÉireann[/i:14qmt1mz] would yield a 12 minutes walk.
In Cork city a crawl suggestion is the [i:14qmt1mz]Franciscan Well[/i:14qmt1mz] (the "beoir" place) to [i:14qmt1mz]An Spáilpin Fanac[/i:14qmt1mz] (the "ceol" place) way. It would yield a 9 minutes walk.
It would work the same say with The Bierhaus to An Spáilpin Fanac. 10 minutes walk according to Mr. Google Maps
As those are foresight suggestions please correct if I am wrong somewhere and please add suggestions if you have them.
Mulligan's is only around the corner from the cobblestone, and in the other direction there's the place at the end of king st, top of capel st? forgot its name, they have some decent beer on tap, oharas maybe?
"RichieH":3azpynrm wrote: Mulligan's is only around the corner from the cobblestone, and in the other direction there's the place at the end of king st, top of capel st? forgot its name, they have some decent beer on tap, oharas maybe?[/quote:3azpynrm]
It was O'Byrnes but is now Rúta. Same people I think, they just changed to match their Lithuanian beer thing.