Mobile Irish Pub

Unlike Alex's pub patent puritans, these guys endorse wide pub access!

BOSTON GLOBE article here (possible paywall).

Contact for rentals.

Their Instagram page.

     Posted By: Paul - Mon Jan 24, 2022
     Category: Hobbies and DIY | Regionalism | Bars, Saloons, Pubs, and Other Drinking Establishments | Alcohol

WOW. What a great idea. I should find a reason to rent one here......wait there are none here......hhhuuuuummmmm. Maybe I should start one. Then A British Pub, A Mexican Cantina, 😉
Posted by Mike on 01/24/22 at 09:56 AM
What a great idea! There should be one per town, and each of them should sing a little song to make the public know the pub is there, like ice cream trucks.
Posted by Yudith on 01/24/22 at 11:45 AM
You could have a fleet -- Irish Pub, English Pub, Old West Saloon, 1930s Speakeasy, Star Wars Cantina, etc.

Might be a bit labor intensive. Where I grew up, they used to lend you a tap when you bought a keg. Then it had to be a separate rental due to health regulations concerning cleaning/disinfecting. Then it became a 'buy your own' situation because the paperwork/tracing/cleaning became too expensive for liquor stores to bother with.

Considering what people get up to in bars, and factoring in that these would be very private, I wouldn't be comfortable if they just vacuumed and gave everything a fast wipedown. Complete disinfecting and sterilization of the entire interior would be the minimum. YMMV
Posted by Phideaux on 01/24/22 at 12:14 PM
You're all way too American.

I'd want to know what beers are served before I'd even consider this a good idea.
Posted by Richard Bos on 01/29/22 at 03:31 PM
@Richard Bos -- They're renting the 'room' and equipment. You have to supply the beer/booze/sherries for your party.
Posted by Phideaux on 01/29/22 at 05:53 PM
Well, I wouldn't be comfortable about those little jacks holding up to the sheenanigans of a bunch of drunken Irish pub rowdies.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 01/30/22 at 12:13 PM
@Phideaux - then I wouldn't need a caravan... I can drain a keg in my own front room, thank you very much!
Posted by Richard Bos on 02/03/22 at 12:58 PM
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