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Annie Kelly's Bar

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Lonely Planet Experiences: Private Whiskey Distillery Excursion
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Lonely Planet Experiences: Private Whiskey Distillery Excursion

Spend a day sampling some of the finest whisky on this distillery tour! <br><br>Drive to the Hidden Heartlands of Ireland and to the river Shannon. Travelling into the centre of Ireland, your first stop will be to Kilbeggan Distillery for a guided tour. Kilbeggan Distillery produces Lockes Whiskey which has been on this site for a few centuries and boasts old machinery and traditions as you see the whiskey making process in full. <br><br>Your route takes you a little further west to Lough Ree and a nice pub lunch in the sleepy little village of Glasson. After lunch, you will be brought into the historical town of Athlone where you can drop into Ireland's and possibly the oldest working pub in the world, 'Sean's Bar'. Sean's Bar now boasts its own whiskey and you will learn a little about Lough Ree and its connection to the origins of whiskey making. Passing by Athlone Castle and the River Shannon, you will finish up enjoying a tour at the Tullamore Dew Whiskey Distillery.
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Liam Dumpleton wrote a review Aug 2019
Tullamore, Ireland18 contributions1 helpful vote
A delightful little pub in its day full of intimacy and good pints. A real genuine 'good pub'. A place that relaxed everyone upon arrival
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Patrick C wrote a review Mar 2016
Tullamore, Ireland13 contributions12 helpful votes
This was a fantastic family run olde style pub,the Guinness was fantastic and the craic always 90.Alas, it is no more!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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TravelDieHard wrote a review Mar 2015
Chicago14 contributions15 helpful votes
A friend and I stumbled upon this tiny place by chance while pub crawling around Tullamore. We have visited Ireland many times over the years and had countless pints of Guinness. The Guinness at this pub was in the top 2 we've tasted ever - creamy and not a note of bitterness to be detected. As with every experience, the people make the place. Be sure to chat with the people at the small bar and hang out in one of the booths. We had some great conversations with the owner and friendly folks enjoying a fair pint. When walking in know, this is a tiny place for locals. Buy an amazing pour of Guinness and the fellow patrons will warm up to you quickly. You may even stay a little after closing time, but don't tell anyone.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Holdtough wrote a review Sep 2014
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This pub is totally quaint , great atmosphere , great pint . There's very few of this type of unchanged , untouched genuine irish pubs left . So don't leave town with visiting . The owners are always there and are great fun.
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Kilteel186605 wrote a review Apr 2014
Dublin, Ireland26 contributions30 helpful votes
Happened upon this pub in Tullamore last week end with a small group away for the week end. We were looking for an authentic pub with a friendly atmosphere where we could talk, no loud music etc & this fully filled the bill. It felt like a small family run enterprise & its a reminder of what small pubs in Ireland were like in the 1950 & 60's, has'nt been gentrified, thank God & the proprietor & his customers were friendly & welcoming. It looked like it would be ideal for a small group who wanted to make a bit of music & sing a few songs. Facilities were basic but adequate & our sojourn there was most enjoyable, ditto the libations.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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