Against The Grain - Dublin
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You'll come to Against The Grain for the great Camden Street buzz - you'll stay for the craft beer and simple delicious food.
A proud member of the Galway Bay Brewery family, Against The Grain offer an impressive range of Irish and world craft beers, while their chef cooks up tasty fresh meals. The grub here really is very good rather than just a soakage afterthought, and the menu even suggests beer pairings.
This is also the home of Ireland's first ever Beer Cocktail Bar - a brand-spanking-new addition to Against The Grain. Each uniquely refreshing cocktail uses a Galway Bay Brewery beer as its base.
You'll find a lively evening atmosphere in keeping with the area, plus friendly service from knowledgable staff who really know their brewskies. On the last Monday of every month, try the 'Against The Brain' table quiz to win prizes...and you just might cover yourself in quizzing glory.
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