At the Guinness Open Gate Brewery, they are finally able to reopen their gates and welcome you with a long-awaited beer. Guinness Open Gate Brewery want to make sure you feel safe during your visit, so when you arrive things will be a bit different.
The creative brewers have been busy working away on a fresh line up of beers that have never been poured before. To see what’s pouring, check out their social channels here. Open Gate Brewery will also be serving some great local beers from our neighbours and friends in the Irish craft brewing scene.
The food on the menu at Open Gate Brewery is prepared so you can enjoy some of the best Irish ingredients from local farmers and suppliers. Perfectly paired with one of the latest brews. Experience a seasonal beer and food pairing menu during your visit. Have a preview of the menu here.
The Taproom and Beer Garden
Tables will adhere to social distancing guidelines and will be spaced out to ensure you will feel safe and fully enjoy your visit.
Once you’re seated, Open Gate Brewery takes it from there. Beer Specialists will be at hand to chat you through their selection of beers and food with table service. Enjoy the full experience from the comfort of your seat.
The beer garden also provides some music in a house DJ who will keep you moving in your seat.
Wednesday – Friday: 5.00pm to last sitting at 9.00pm (Venue Closed by 11.30pm)
Saturday: 3.00pm to last sitting at 9.00pm (Venue Closed by 11.30pm)
Sunday: 1.00pm to last sitting at 6.00pm (Venue Closed by 20.30pm)
How To Book
To help Open Gate deliver a great experience, they are asking all guests to book online in advance. They will not be able to accept walk-ups at this time, so make sure to secure your spot. There will be no cover charge, and all table bookings can be made here.