Yes, you read that right, and we can’t believe it ourselves, but Ireland’s smallest craft beer pub is ready and waiting for its next tavern keeper to take over.
A well-known watering hole on Dublin’s northside has been listed as being for rent, and we can only imagine how many beer enthusiasts will jump at the chance to take over this popular spot.
Do you fancy yourself as a Dublin publican? We’ve got the scoop on all you need to know.
Ireland’s ‘smallest craft beer pub’ is up for rent – a fantastic opportunity
Last year T O’Bennan’s, one of the northside’s most visited pubs, made headlines when it went on the market for €800,000 in September after closing several years prior. The popular tavern, known as Ireland’s smallest craft beer pub, is now back on the market, but it is up for rent now.
T O’Brennan’s is renowned for its friendly bartenders, extensive craft beer and gin collection, and traditional interior, which has remained unchanged if recent images are anything to go by.
The news of its rental availability renews hope that this once busy pub will again be a top spot for people to socialise and drink exceptional craft beverages.
This could be a fantastic opportunity for someone who has been waiting to take on a business like this, and the fact that the pub comes with everything intact and ready means a new manager can just walk right in. A fantastic opportunity for beer lovers if you ask us!
As well as boasting a fantastic central location facing onto the Red Luas Line and just a short walk from O’Connell Street, the tavern covers a total area of 600 sq ft (55.7 sq m), allowing plenty of space for creative types to let loose.
Dublin by Pub described the tavern as “easily the cosiest craft beer pub we’ve set foot in”.
T O’Brennan’s seeks a new lease on life – a potential revival
The pub gained a loyal following throughout its years of operating and became a well-known watering hole in Dublin 7, and new occupants will have the chance to give the place a new lease of life.
Located on Dominick Street, the property is available for €30,000 per year. The price includes a coveted seven-day publicans’ license, and we can imagine plenty will jump at the chance to take on this role.
With the chance to step into the shoes of the previous owners and revitalise this beloved craft beer bar, the new tenant of T O’Brennan’s will have the opportunity to put their stamp on the pub and create a welcoming space for locals and tourists alike.
As well as this, before its closure, the pub underwent an exterior renovation and features a charming outdoor area, ideal for those summer evenings. So, if you’ve ever dreamed of running your own boozer in the heart of Dublin, now is your chance to chase that dream.
The listing can be viewed in more detail on the daft.ie if you don’t want to miss the opportunity to be part of the story of T O’Brennan’s and the vibrant pub culture of Dublin. You’ll be happy to know that it is available for rent immediately.