I recently completed an Irish Pub Design for a Brewery style bar with a Victorian twist.
Drawing on inspiration from Dublin the home of the Guinness Brewery & the many beautiful Victorian style pubs to be found around the capital.Whilst a brewery style could be more utilitarian in feel, adding some Victorian detailing gives timeless appeal.Like the many Dublin Pubs, their history stretching back to the beginning of the last century & before, created using master craftsmen, their legacy to leave behind the most beautiful pubs with ornate detailing & materials of the highest quality, still being enjoyed today.A lot of Irish Pubs used to bottle their own stout on site, barrels were often a feature on a back bar even in the most Victorian Style Pubs such as The Stags Head, function blending with ornately decorated back bars.Why not get some inspiration from some of these products to recreate this theme
If you like a smooth, triple distilled Irish Whiskey from time to time then yesterday’s announcement of €1bn in the Irish Whiskey sector is great news.
Currently plans for 15 new distilleries across the country are underfoot; bring the total number of distilleries from 4 a number of years ago to 15 in the next few years.What great news for the Irish drinks industry & tourism in general.Irish Whiskey is so unique in smoothness & flavour & has an undisputable quality.It's historical heritage stretches back centuries, although it went through a bit of a decline in the early part of the last century, the last few decades have seen a rise in popularity of this wonderful tasting drink again.Irish Whiskey to me means tradition, heritage, quality & of course pride!
Here are a few Whiskey tours you can organise on your next trip to Ireland:http://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/ie/tours/http://www.bushmills.com/
Or why not contact Tours Galore to organise your own Whiskey Lovers Tour?http://www.toursgalore.net/
Here are some Irish Pub Whiskey Ideas to get you in the mood!!
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