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Urban Brewing
Dublin City Co. Dublin
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Urban Brewing, located in the historic CHQ building in Dublin, is a craft brewery with two kitchens, two bars and an outdoor terrace. Enjoy delicious food and drink in a great atmosphere, and try the brewery tour and tasting experiences.

Urban Brewing, located in the historic CHQ building in Dublin, is a craft brewery with two kitchens, two bars and an outdoor terrace. Enjoy the delicious food and drink in a great atmosphere, and try the brewery tour and tasting experiences.

Stack A Restaurant is a smart casual restaurant suited to intimate small tables, social gatherings or larger groups up to 250 people. A lovely place to bring friends and family, Stack A serves lunch and dinner menus influenced by journeys around the world and crafted using locally-sourced ingredients. The tables are among the original wine vaults, each separated by centenary brick and stone walls. It bears the name of the 200-year-old vaulted CHQ building, formerly known as Stack A, built in 1820 as a tobacco and wine storage facility.

The Taps & Tapas section and the Vault bars are where guests can share tapas-style dishes and taste the Urban Brewery’s imaginative small-batch craft brews made on site. The Urban Brewery can even seal their draught brews into cans for you to take home. In addition, they stock 200 beers from around the world.

You'll also find over 100 wines originating from all over the world. Urban Brewery have put together an Irish and international list of gins, whiskeys, liqueurs and other spirits which form the base of their lovely cocktails.

Brewery tours and tastings (with or without tapas) are offered between 12:00pm to 8:00pm for groups of 6 - 20 people, subject to the brewing schedule. The tours must be booked at least 2 days in advance and larger groups may be accommodated on request.

It is a great place to relax before or after a visit to the nearby Epic Emigration Museum, a must-see on your visit to Dublin.