The Brew Dock
Today 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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1 Amiens Street Dublin 1 Ireland
1 Amiens StreetIEDublinDublin 1
+353 1 888
Gastropub, PubToday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 12:00 – 11:30 pmTuesday 12:00 – 11:30 pmWednesday 12:00 – 11:30 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:30 pmFriday 12:00 pm – 12:30 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 12:30 amSunday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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Craft and own-brand beers and classic pub grub are served in this homely, micro-brewery owned bar.- Google
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Carey Lening
a month ago
I love this and all the Galway Bay pubs. Solid food, great beer, and an amazingly friendly staff. Plus, they charge your cellphone :) Did i mention a fabulous selection of house and guest beers on draught and in bottles?
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Angelo Rauseo
4 months ago
Excellent selection of craft beers. If like a nice stout I would strongly recommend the "Buried at see"
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Simon Winterbottom
2 months ago
Fantastic people great pub
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Mirjam van Dijk
a year ago
Although the menu is limited, I'd absolutely recommend eating here. The food is excellent, as well as the service. This pub is frequented by both business people and tourists. Instead of the beers that every other pub in Dublin serves, The Brew Dock serves beers from the Galway Bay Brewery, as well over a 100 other beers, including lots of Belgian beers (but hey, you're in Ireland, aren't you).
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Rob Nesbit
6 months ago
Just across from the bus station is The Brew Dock which used to be known as Kate’s Cottage. The old rustic style décor is more or less the same as the old bar, but the beers on tap and on offer are totally different. Gone is the Guinness, the Smithwicks, the Bud, and all the mass produced beer and in its place is some of the finest craft beers you can find in the capital city. Their selection is boundless, 21 taps, with craft beers from both Ireland and the USA. They have a sign outside that reads “No crap on tap”. Anyway it’s a handy pub for a pint before heading home. No Smithwicks this time round so we went for Boston’s finest, a pint of Samuel Adams. A decent pint and it was refreshing to be in a nice relaxed bar with no loud music or a TV as an unnecessary distraction. Now Kate Cottage’s was a good pub that was relatively popular, so it’s a big step for The Brew Dock to set up a trendy craft beer pub this side of the town. I am guessing that they are hoping to attract a lot of attention from the office types that work in the nearby Irish Financial Services Centre (IFSC). But that’s the thing, I found the atmosphere a little dead to be honest. Nice and relaxed and calming, but not really a place that you would meet someone new, have the “craic”, or a place with some serious true Dublin character. A little bit contrived, but heh these places are supposedly popular nowadays so it remains to be seen if it works out for them in the long run. I would like to have a good taste of all those exciting looking beers though! Some day!
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Chris Hines
3 weeks ago
Finished a three course food tour of Dublin here. The food was great throughout, combining traditional dishes with modern presentations. The beer options were consistent and limited, until we arrived at the Brew Dock where the craft beer options improved dramatically. A delightful double IPA lead the way, with many less intense, but equally delicious options available. A great find for someone homesick for hoppy beers.
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Anton Sweeney
11 months ago
An excellent brewpub with decent, tasty food. The pub is owned and run by the Galway Bay Brewery which means you can always get really good beer from them and many other craft breweries. (Galway Bay's "Of Foam and Fury" Double IPA won "Best Beer in Ireland 2013", as voted for by members of Beoir). Tends to get very busy in the evenings due to its close proximity to the IFSC. The only thing I don't like about the place is the acoustics - sound seems to bounce off the walls and when it's full and noisy it can be hard to have a conversation, but there's no music to compete with, either.
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Catherine Phelps
11 months ago
Our favorite pub in Dublin! The nicest staff you will ever meet, delicious food and the beer was incredible. Can't wait to return!