Belfast bar offers the most expensive pint in Ireland

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Belfast bar offers the most expensive pint in Ireland

You can now find most expensive pint in Ireland at Belfast’s newest fancy bar.

A single pint of draught beer costs £8 or €8.99 in Grand Central Hotel’s the Observatory on Bedford street making it the most expensive pint on the island of Ireland.

The “liquor lounge”, which opened just last week, outpriced exclusive Dublin hotels like The Shelbourne, and the Merrion, reports.

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The two most expensive beers on the menu are Observatory India Pale Ale, brewed exclusively for the hotel by Whitewater Brewery in Castlewellan, and Spanish lager Estrella Damm Inedit, made in cooperation with sommeliers from the now closed three Michelin star restaurant, elBulli.

They also offer Whitewater Brewery's Belfast Black stout and Belfast Ale at £7, and a 330ml bottle of Corona or Estr ella for the same cost.


Bespoke cocktails start at £14 including rum-based ones like Harland and Wolff.

Sir William’s Serve combo of whiskey and champagne, costs a whopping £89. Jawbox or Shortcross gin starts at £9 but adding a Schweppes 1783 tonic will be an additional £4.

The Observatory has beaten the previous record holder, Oliver St John Gogarty’s in Temple Bar, Dublin which sold a pint of Heineken for €8 after 11 pm.

Source: Google News Ireland | Netizen 24 Ireland

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