… is not his style. We are of course talking about pints! Peter Curtin, Birgitta’s husband, has started a new endeavour. It is one of these ideas where people think “Why had nobody had this idea before?!” He set up a micro-brewery in the Roadside Tavern. The Roadside, as the pub is being called by the locals, has been in the Curtin family for generations and was founded in 1865. Now, the Burren Gold, Burren Red and Burren Black are pouring out of the taps like mad without any advertisement help.
On Sunday 24 July 2011, we will be celebrating the launch of the Burren Brewery – bands will be playing from 3pm, and food will be available, as will be the three new beers at great prices. Join us if you are anywhere near Lisdoonvarna! See here for more details.
This is another added attraction as in most pubs, you would only be able to drink the usual suspects. But with Peter’s microbrewery lager, ale and stout, there is a big and unique range of beers available for our visitors. This goes down very well with our many German and foreign visitors and the locals alike who all enjoy the traditional music and the Sunday night sessions.