WiFi is available in the following pubs.
Yet another Galway Bay Brewery pub.
Mostly Irish craft beer on tap with a few international beers (all decent). 13 relatively fixed taps and 11 rotating. New upstairs bar open 6pm Thur-Sat. Tasters flights available.
First Dublin pub of Galway Bay Brewery (sister pub to the newer Brew Dock and Black Sheep).
Highly recommended dive bar on Camden Street Lower. About half the taps have craft beer. Good bottle selection as well.
A traditional pub near the Guinness Storehouse, but lots of Irish beers, too. No TV.
Sports bar gastropub with some craft beer. Many beers from their house line "Brewtonic" brewed mostly by Rascals.
About half of their taps are from Carrig Brewing with most of the rest being other Irish craft breweries.
Yet another Galway Bay Brewery pub. Twenty taps, two thirds Galway Bay beers and the rest guests.
Formerly the Porterhouse North. Still some Porterhouse Beers. Connected to the Back Page.
At the former site of the Luggage Room, reopened with a new emphasis on craft beer and good music. Limited food options (grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, etc)
Another local pub with a decent craft beer selection.
Another Galway Brewery Pub. They have a good selection of guest beers as well as their own.
Pub attached to the Whelan's Live music venue. Irish craft beer on draft and a good bottle selection.
Locals pub with beers from some small Irish breweries.
Sister pub to Against the Grain and The Black Sheep. Owned by Galway Bay Brewery but has a good selection of other beers.
Brewery and pub of the Scottish chain.
Modern "Gastropub" with some interesting beers.
Gastropub that is also a tap room for Brú Brewery
Downstairs is a steakhouse, upstairs is the "Bull & Castle Bar." WiFi requires a Facebook check in.
Lots of international industrial beers but a number of Irish craft beers makes this worth a stop. Some quality US beers as well.
Famous for their traditional music they have also improved their beer range of late.
The second (of possibly many) Wetherspoon's (a British pub chain) in Dublin. Draft beers seem to be mostly British and International. Irish beers are all bottles (as of Feb 2015). Not worth a special effort but worth a visit if in the area.
Taproom and pub for Four Provinces Brewing. Half the taps are their beers and half guests.
Another new Galway Bay Brewery pub in Dublin. On the ground floor of the Grand Canal Hotel, it is a bit more upscale than some of the other Galway Bay pubs.
Cozy bar with a fireplace.
Former Messrs Maguire location, under new ownership. Brewpub with 5 regular beers, a couple of seasonals and guest beers. Beers are much improved over previous incarnation.
Restaurant and pub. Also has an extensive selection of Whiskey (and Whisky). Mostly Irish Craft beer but some quality imports and British Ales on cask.
The Legal Eagle
Primarily a restaurant but you can just drink.
Restaurant with Pilsener Urquell Tanknova (tank beer). Also a selection of industrial beers on draft.
Neighborhood pub in the suburb of Dalkey. Surprising good selection of beer for an out of way place.
Famous for having one of the best pints of Guinness in Dublin, they have expanded their tap list to include a selection of Irish craft beers.
Cozy corner pub, sister to 57 The Headline.
Historic old pub with large number of taps. 62 total taps, lots of international beers but a decent selection of Irish Craft brews.
New pizza themed pub from Galway Bay Brewery at the site of the former Beerhouse
Large, two level pub. Different atmosphere than the original pub but similar beer range.
Ireland's first brewpub, now claiming to be the largest Irish owned brewery. Nightly live music. Usually about 10 of their beers plus 6-8 guest beers. Full menu.
Second location of the Porterhouse Brewing Company. Across from Trinity College.
Tap room for the Rascals Brewery, Pizza available. In suburban Inchicore, it is easily reached by Dublin Bus or LUAS.
Pizza and craft beer. Only two taps but a good selection of bottled Irish beer. Weekend brunch from 11-4 so a different crowd then.
New Wetherspoons pub in central Dublin. Draft and cask beers are most British.
Music pub with some interesting beers on tap.
Be sure and check out the taps in the back room, that is were a lot of the interesting stuff is.
The first (of possibly many) Wetherspoon's (a British pub chain) in Dublin. Draft (and cask) beers seem to be mostly British and International. Irish beer was all in bottles.
Basement bar with mostly Irish craft beer.
Brewpub in the chq Building.
Restaurant in the Abbey Hotel.