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Our most recommended Dublin Beer Tasting & Brewery Tours

  • Skip-the-Line: Guinness & Jameson Irish Experience Tour

    1. Skip-the-Line: Guinness & Jameson Irish Experience Tour

    Experience 2 of Dublin’s top attractions on a fascinating skip-the-line half-day Irish Experience tour in and around the historic city-center. Meet your local Dublin guide at the Jameson Whiskey Distillery in Bow Street located in the Cultural Quarter of Smithfield for a tasting experience in an exclusive setting. Sample Jameson Whiskey variants for a whiskey comparison that few get to enjoy. Learn what 3 ingredients go into making the world’s most famous Irish whiskey, and get a coveted Whiskey Taster Certificate. After your sampling experience enjoy a free drink among new friends where your guide will share fascinating stories about Ireland's whiskey and history.  Your tour will then continue to the Guinness Storehouse, Ireland’s number one visitor attraction where you'll skip the long lines to enjoy a tasting and a free pint of Guinness. Enjoy a tutorial about the famous beer from y...

    This tour was absolutely awesome! Ann was super nice, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable. The weather was pretty bad when we did this tour, but Ann was so positive and was making us smile. The highlights of the tour were not at all ruined by the rain. If anything, I'm incredibly thankful we booked this "skip-the-line" tour because the line for Guinness Storehouse was INSANE. People had to wait outside in a storm while we just cruised passed them to go in. 100% worth it!!

  • Dublin: Generation Pub Crawl

    2. Dublin: Generation Pub Crawl

    Start this fun night out by meeting your guide at the Mercantile Pub on Dame Street. Sign up anytime from 8 PM to 8:30 PM and get a free complimentary Guinness with your first drink purchase. Listen to some of the best live music in Dublin as you meet your new drinking buddies. Continue to 3 more Irish pubs, where you will enjoy more free drinks and hear some fantastic live Irish music during the night. Join other backpackers in beer pong and flip cup games as you experience Dublin's nightlife on a pub crawl recommended by the city's best hostels. Boasting over 1,000 bars, and known for its craic (fun, enjoyable conversation), Dublin may be the best place in the world for a pub crawl. Discover some of the city's best pubs and clubs with in-the-know locals, and get exclusive savings to ensure you have a fantastic night out. Move on to the last venue of the night and experience...

    My friend and I live in Dublin and I got this as a birthday present for her. We were very surprised with how well organised it was and how much fun we had.

  • Howth: Craft Beer and Seafood Trail

    3. Howth: Craft Beer and Seafood Trail

    After meeting with your tour guide, you will wander through a picturesque fishing village, stopping off at locations along the route to sample the delights of Howth. Along the way, you will hear tales of Howth's ancient past, including Viking and Norman invasions, the history of the 700-year-old castle, kings landing, gun running of Howth (1914), and many many more, mixed with some funny Irish anecdotes. As you stroll across Howth Harbor, you will see the fishing boats returning from sea with their latest catch, and be able to interact with the local fishermen, who are only too willing to share a story or two. Have all of your senses engaged on your journey, with the best views in Ireland, magical sea smells, sounds of the wide variety of local wildlife, and unrivaled food and drink. A selection of seafood will be made on the day, to ensure it is locally sourced and the freshest in Ire...

    Brilliant afternoon out. Our guide was a local guy named mark, and his dog missy. He was great company, as were the other guests we met. Great food, great beer, great tour, great location. Proper value for money

  • Dublin: Private Pub Crawl Tour

    4. Dublin: Private Pub Crawl Tour

    Dublin is where pubs are born. Some do not survive, many leave the Irish shore, but few age as gracefully as the stable pubs that bestow so much character on Dublin. Avoid the tourist traps and fake 'Irish' pubs, and escape with the locals to learn how to savor a pint of Guinness on this pub crawl. Find out how to ensure you always get a great pint and why it's important. Follow in the footsteps of the Irish literary giants like Patrick Kavanagh, Flann O'Brien, and Brendan Behan. If Dublin has hidden gems, they're the pubs that don't advertise to tourists. The locals. The authentic Irish pub where the conversation is flowing faster than the beer, where the character of the pub is as fascinating as the characters in it, where literature, society, and history eternally live. The best time to start is 7 PM, assuming you've eaten dinner prior to the tour. Bring a pen — you never know what...

  • Dublin: Private Distillery Trail with Irish Whiskey Tasting

    5. Dublin: Private Distillery Trail with Irish Whiskey Tasting

    Start your day with a step back in time at James Fox Cigar and Whiskey Store, a leading merchant of fine Cuban cigars, premium Irish whiskey, smoking pipes and select spirits since 1881. Then relax as you travel to the Liberties neighborhood of Dublin to the Dublin Liberties Distillery set in a 300-year-old building. Enjoy a short walk around the block to Teeling Whiskey Distillery for a tour of the distillery floor and then onto the bar to try their Small Batch Teeling Whiskey and Single Pot Still, the first whiskey to be made in Dublin since 1976. Onto Pearse Lyons Distillery next, set in St. James’ Church which dates back to the 12th century. The tour includes a walk around the graveyard next to the church and a tasting of Pearse Lyons whiskeys and gin. Finish up your tour with drop-off at the door of your hotel in Dublin city.

  • Dublin Beer Tour with a Spanish Tour Guide

    6. Dublin Beer Tour with a Spanish Tour Guide

    Stroll through Dublin's most iconic and beautiful pubs and discover the importance of beer in Irish culture. Indulge in pub culture and tour Dublin's most iconic venues with the Temple Bar Tour, Irish Pubs history, a must see for the most important Irish pubs in the area for its antiquity, style and history. As you walk around the city, your Spanish-speaking guide will tell you anecdotes and curiosities to understand the important role that pubs play in the daily life of the Irish and their passion for bars. You will also learn a bit more about whiskey and beer, mainly about the famous Guinness black beer. Start at a traditional Irish pub, then continuing to a Victorian style pub with numerous ornamental details. You will also see the wall of fame, with portraits of U2, Van Morrison and Sinead O'Connor and the corner of Temple Bar, the flagship of the neighborhood. Enjoy the best live...

  • Dublin: Guided Sights and Pints Tour

    7. Dublin: Guided Sights and Pints Tour

    Following Irish Independence, a few men sat down and thought about what they would do with Dublin. Following much intense discussion and with the preservation of the British and Irish cultures in mind, it was born into the city it is today. Since then, Dublin has become a symbol of reconciling Ireland's British past with its Irish future. The British Trinity College (with its Protestant legacy) has produced Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift, and Dublin's pubs have produced writers from the Irish tradition, such as Patrick Kavanagh and Brendan Behan. This tour is, therefore, a tribute to Dublin's dual personality, and the pub door will be the boundary between the two worlds. Get comfortable in a few warm pubs throughout the tour where you will discuss important aspects of history, including Irish origins, the Irish language, and the Celtic Tiger. With this in mind, you will pop into a grea...

  • Ireland's Hidden Heartlands Private Whiskey Trail

    8. Ireland's Hidden Heartlands Private Whiskey Trail

    As you depart Dublin for the west, your whiskey expert driver/guide will entertain you as you sit back and enjoy the rolling Irish countryside. Your first tour is Kilbeggan Distillery, which includes a master class in the tasting of Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey, Kilbeggan Single Grain, and Tyrconnell Single Malt. Next, you will visit one of Ireland’s most authentic towns, Athlone. Enjoy some free time here and grab lunch, then your host will take you for a visit to Sean’s Bar, Ireland’s oldest pub. The bar has its very own whiskey brand and you’ll enjoy a tasting of Sean’s Bar Single Malt and Specially Blended Irish Whiskey. Another quick transfer by road will have you at the home of Tullamore D.E.W., one of the biggest Irish whiskey brands in the world. Take a tour of the impressive state-of-the-art Tullamore Distillery and enjoy a premium tasting. Afterward, you'll return to Dublin and...

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What people are saying about Dublin

Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 3 reviews

The castle and gardens are spectacular, a truly beautiful experience, I recommend wandering around the castle garden to see the variety of flora and fauna present. The city of Howth is also very pretty and characteristic, you can eat good local fish. The Italian guide was very friendly and kind, a small but comfortable bus.

Brilliant afternoon out. Our guide was a local guy named mark, and his dog missy. He was great company, as were the other guests we met. Great food, great beer, great tour, great location. Proper value for money

Nice tour even if the weather was not the best one (pouring down). If you like beer and seafood you don't have to miss it. The guide was great with a lot of interesting stories and anectodes.

Great experience. Excellent Craft Beers from Hope brewery. Fantastic chowder, Fresh fish and interesting stories about Howth

We were picked up on time from the hotel at the agreed time. The driver was very nice. Super transfer service.