17 Things You Need to Turn Your Home Into an Irish Pub
From Guinness pint glasses to a smooth whiskey, these are the Irish items you need for your home pub.
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Let’s start with the basics. You’re going to need a surface to whip up Irish Coffees, Guinness Floats and other delicious drinks. We love this simple, sleek home bar that’s the perfect size for small spaces.
Glencairn Whiskey Glasses are an absolute must-have for your home bar. They have a unique shape that promotes easy drinking and an appreciation of your spirit’s color and aroma. We’ll drink to that! (By the way, this is the difference between whiskey and whisky.)
Craving a Black and Tan? This pouring spoon will help you achieve picture-perfect results.
You can’t serve a Guinness without its iconic pint glass. These beauties feature both the Guinness logo and an embossed harp on the back. Plus each glass’s 20-ounce capacity leaves plenty of room for that foamy stout head.
For a smooth tasting experience, try Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey. This triple-distilled blend is aged for four years, and captures notes of vanilla, honey and toasted wood. Plus, the label was founded by Irish UFC champion Conor McGregor. (Stock your bar with these other Irish whiskey brands, too).
Don’t waste precious moments fumbling through the drawer for a bottle opener. This Guinness-branded hardware mounts directly to the wall or side of your bar. You can also pick up a cap catcher to, well, catch the bottle caps.
Pay homage to the Emerald Isle with this stunning etched map. It’s the perfect focal point for your home bar!
Protect your tabletop with a Guinness-branded bar mat. It’s easy to clean and helps your pint glasses dry in record time.
Don’t just have your own bar—brew your own beer, too! This stout brewing kit has everything you need to get started, including a glass fermentor, grains and yeast.
You can’t go wrong with a pour of Baileys after dinner. This delightful Irish cream liqueur is smooth, chocolaty and downright decadent. While we love the original, there are tons of other fun flavors like Salted Caramel and Red Velvet. Or, try making your own Homemade Irish Cream.
If your bar has a top-shelf vibe, pick up this personalized decanter set. It’s embossed with your name and a traditional Irish greeting.
We’re hungry! Every good bar needs to have some snacks. Pick up some Guinness chips and wholegrain mustard (perfect for dipping pretzels). Or, whip up your own eats. You can’t go wrong with these Reuben Rounds or a big batch of our Slow-Cooker Cheddar Bacon Beer Dip.