O’Connell’s Irish Bar

Lo and behold our tasty beers:



The world’s most popular stout!
Guinness Brewery, 4.5%


A creamy smooth red ale
Guinness Brewery, 4.3%

Oyster Stout

Brewed with fresh oyster. A smooth drinking aromatic stout with a discernible but unidentifiable aromatic aspect. This gently flavored stout has a roast malt character, full body and an aromatic character from the Goldings hops. Fresh oysters added during the brewing process, lend a discernible yet unidentifiable note.

Porterhouse brewery, 5,2%

Temple Lager

This easy to drink, Dublin beer was the original lager of Temple Bar.  True to the style, Hallertau hops work wonders with malted Irish barley to create a genuine Irish lager that has – unexpectedly for some, perhaps – genuine flavour.

Porterhouse brewery, 4.2%

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Mufloni: Se Tuli Piipun Kautta

A malty brown ale from a small brewery in Pori, Finland. Dark brown in colour with flavours of malts, chocolate and bread.

Beer Hunters, 5,5%

Karhu III

King of the Finnish forests and now, king of the lagers; this is Bear beer!
Sinebrychoff, 4.7%


Garún Icelandic Stout nr. 19

“Garún is named for the strong and brave heroine of one of Iceland’s most popular folktales.” A tale of ghosts, undying love, and life told against the backdrop of elements essential to Iceland’s character: ice, snow, and flooding waters whirling dark and mysterious. The same elements that inspire this rich, intense, bold and swirlingly varied Icelandic stout. Garún is a dark aura of intense richness and haunting aroma with notes of chocolate, licorice and coffee. Skál!”

Borg Brugghús, 11,5%



First brewed in 1445 Hoegaarden is a witbier and is spiced with coriander and orange peel. It is unfiltered and therefore has a cloudy appearance.

Hoegaarden, 4,9%

Czech Republic

Litovel Dark

A caramel-colored lager with rich foam and scent of coffee, caramel and hops. The delicate, naturally acting cress develops a balanced, gentle caramel flavor, obtained from roasted caramel and Bavarian malt.

Litovel, 4.8%


London Pride

The outstanding bitter from one of London’s finest!
Fuller’s, 4.1%



A refreshing Wheat IPA brewed with a large amount of juicy hops, bringing forward notes of ripe fruits, white currants and gooseberries. Malt: Wheat, Pilsner, Arome, Oat Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Hallertau Blanc, Citra.

Pühaste, 6,5%

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Budels Pilsener

  A German style Pilsener 

Budelse Brouwerij B.V., 5,0%


Mistletoe Mafia

Get ready for the festive period with the Godfather of giving – Mistletoe Mafia! Our Vienna Lager waltzes into Christmas. Deck the halls with boughs of holly, mistletoe and beer. Pucker up for oranges and lemons on the nose. Followed by an extortion racket of flavour – marmalade, toast and lemon cheesecake precede biscuit and bread crust, filling out a snappy bitter sweet palate. Crisp. fresh and festive.

BrewDog, 4,5%

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Punk IPA

The beer that kickstarted Brewdog’s illustrious career in brewing
Brewdog Brewery, 5.6%

Twisted Thistle

The flower of Scotland, this IPA adds a generous twist of hops to the traditional template
Belhaven Brewery, 5.6%

United States


This imperial stout is a smooth roasted take on Mexican hot chocolate brewed with cocoa, coffee, pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Stone Brewing, 8,1%



Belgian pale ale with 3g/L Citra/Mosaic dry hop. Boundary is a brewing cooperative in Belfast that’s owned and run by its members.

Boundary, 6,1%

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Karhu III

Finland’s biggest selling and most respected lager.
Sinebrychoff brewery, 4.7%


Kriek Lambicus

Brewed by adding natural cherry juice to lambic beer, a blend that is then fermented in oak barrels.

Timmermans, 4%


Stockholm Syndrome DIPA

An intense, full bodied and massive double/imperial IPA, but in its young life with an explosion of fruity hop aromas and flavours, and later in life with vineous and woody complexity. Huge, but incredibly smooth and balanced bitterness, creating a lethal drinakbility!

Kissmeyer, 9,5%

US Belgo Tripel

Strange Fruit Tripel’ has all the credentials of a classical tripel, but with added complexity in the form of both an accentuated citrusy fruitiness as well as a spicy and balanced hoppy character. It’s a very rich, but still almost crisp and easily drinkable beer that works great on its own, but also offers a wide variety of food matching potential.

Kissmeyer, 9,5%


Black-brown, with a rich head, full-bodied, strongly hopped, chocolate malt notes, smoked ham notes, coffee notes, light herb notes, spicy

Mikkeller, 8%


Cornish Orchards Ginger Beer

“The taste of our Alcoholic Ginger Beer is everything you’d expect from a really good ginger beer. It’s wonderfully light, sparkling and well balanced, with a subtle, unmistakable taste of aromatic ginger.”

Cornish Orchard, 4,0%

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Organic Honey Dew

Light and golden with a zesty edge and a bitter-sweet flavour. The real organic honey in the brew gives a gentle sweetness that appeals to a wide range of people, even those who perhaps wouldn’t usually drink beer!
Fuller’s, 5.0%

London Porter

London Porter is brewed from a blend of Brown, Crystal and Chocolate malts for a creamy delivery balanced by traditional Fuggles hops. Definitely worth a sip if you fancy something stronger and darker than coffee!
Fuller’s brewery, 5.4%


An enormous attack of rich malt, tangy fruit and spicy hops in the mouth, with a profound Goldings peppery note in the long finish and hints of orange, lemon and gooseberry fruit. The benchmark in strong bitter style beers.
Fuller’s brewery, 5.9%


After Ski IPA

Not all beers of Autumn and Winter need to be darker than night – now we have a Winter IPA. When the best part of the sport is the aftermath, you need to have right sort of refreshments. This winter IPA is a fruity and hoppy thirst quencher full of tropical taste. Also, this beer is gluten-free.

Sori Brewing, 5,5%

Leevike winter sour

A spiced sour brewed with fermented cranberries, hibiscus, heather honey, toasted cinnamon and cloves.

Põhjala, 6,5%


Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier

Specifically cultivated, top-fermented yeast give it its unmistakable character: sparklingly mild and fruity with a delicate yeast flavour.
Paulaner brewery, 5.5%

Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel

This dark wheat beer has a great dark malted wheat content, hence its enticing chestnut brown colour. The substantial 12.4 % original gravity gives it its irresistibly pleasant taste, while its fresh, strong aroma reveals a hint of roasted malt.
Paulaner brewery, 5.3%


Corona Extra

Mexico’s finest lager. Enjoy with a wedge of lime.
Grupo Modelo, 4.6%


La Trappe Tripel

Nice thick body with flavours of dark fruits, toffee, brown sugar, vanilla and yeasty spice. Finishes long and syrupy-sweet.
La Trappe, 8.0%

Bavaria Wit

Non-alcoholic unfiltered wheat beer.

Bavaria, 0,0%


Al Abordaje

Barley Wine maturated with oak chips for Muscat barrel notes which are balanced by sweet citrus from orange peel and new German hops. This will hit you with caramel, toffee, pineapple and pomegranate with the full and sweet texture of a barley wine. Toasted oak notes and a smooth mouthfeel add to the effect.

BrewDog vs La Pirata, 9.0 %     

Nanny State

Packed with loads of hops, dry hopped to the brink and back and sitting at 45 IBUS, Nanny State is a force to be reckoned with. With a backbone of 8 different speciality malts, Nanny State will tantalise your taste buds.
Brewdog brewery, 0.5%

Elvis Juice

An American IPA with a bitter edge; Elvis Juice is loaded with tart pithy grapefruit peel. This IPA has a caramel malt base with grapefruit peel piled on top of intense US aroma hops. Waves of crashing pine, orange and grapefruit round out this citrus infused IPA.
Brewdog brewery, 6.5%

Vagabond Gluten Free Pale Ale

A kick-ass, hop-forward pale ale, that just so happens to be gluten free. Vagabond Pale Ale melds citrus and tropical hop flavours with a light caramel malt base, backed up with a raucously resinous bitterness.
Brewdog brewery, 4.5%


Al Abordaje

Barley Wine maturated with oak chips for Muscat barrel notes which are balanced by sweet citrus from orange peel and new German hops. This will hit you with caramel, toffee, pineapple and pomegranate with the full and sweet texture of a barley wine. Toasted oak notes and a smooth mouthfeel add to the effect.

BrewDog vs La Pirata, 9.0 %     


Gluten Free IPA

Nómada Brewing, 6,0%


Narangi IPA

Narangi is a hazy IPA brewed without any fruit, only pure, unadulterated hops. You’d be forgiven to be fooled! Made primarily with Mosaic with support from Citra and Columbus.

O/O Narangi, 6.8 %    

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United States


Cold Brew Coffee Stout. In a process unique to Two Roads, we mixed a locally-roasted Ethiopian/Sumatran blend of beans with a rich oatmeal stout under pressure using our German-built “Brewnik” device. The mixture is steeped for several days resulting in a true, cold-brewed coffee stout.

Two Roads, 6,5%

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Bourbon Barrel Quad

This abbey-style quadrupel is a dark, storng ale separated into oak bourbon barrels to age for various lengths of time, some for up to three years. Cherries are added to make up for the “angel’s share” of beer lost during barrel aging. Selected barrels are blended for optimum flavor. Warm and toasty with aromas of bourbon, oak and vanilla, Bourbon Barrel Quad also retains a hint of tart cherry with caramel notes.

Boulevard, 11,2%

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Big Wave

Big Wave is a lighter bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavor – a smooth, easy drinking refreshing ale. The use of caramel malt contributes to the golden hue of this beer and our special blend of hops provides bright quenching finish.
Kona brewery, 4.4%


Longboard Island Lager is a smooth refreshing lager fermented and aged for weeks at cold temperatures to yield its exceptionally smooth flavor. A delicate, slightly spicy hop aroma complements the malty body of this beer. Be sure to open up a bottle of this Hawaiian goodness!
Kona brewery, 4.6%

Our Specialities

Live in the Hopinator:

Kona Hanalei IPA 4,5% with persimmon and passion fruit.

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