There's a stout and oyster festival coming to Dublin this weekend, here's everything you need to know

By Lovin' Media

September 14, 2021 at 3:59pm


Calling all stout lovers! If you're looking for some weekend plans that involve delicious food, incredible live music and some creamy pints, we've got just the thing...

Urban Brewing will host the first ever O’Hara’s Oyster & Stout Festival this weekend, and it promises to be the ultimate experience for any stout-lovers and foodies out there.

Taking place in the Urban Brewing’s Suntrap Bar in the CHQ Building at Custom House Quay, the festival will run from Thursday 16 to Saturday 18 of September, from 4pm to 9pm every day.  The event will serve the freshest Doon Castle Oysters, with three different delicious dressings for you too choose from -  natural with lemon, calasmansi vinegar with shallots and Kimchi with fermented chilli.

Each dressing can be paired perfectly with one of O'Hara's creamy stouts, making it the ultimate way to enjoy a pint this weekend, and you can also expect some live music everyday from Daniel & Dante.

The event is the first of its kind run by O'Hara's, with plans for it to be the first of many exciting food festivals held by the brewery over the coming years.

And in some brilliant bonus news, you don't need to pre-book any tickets for the event. Simply pop-in over the weekend whenever suits you, and you'll get to enjoy some delicious oysters and pints with your pals.

You can find more information on O'Hara's Oyster & Stout Festival right here.


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