Michael Flannerys Bar, Upper Denmark Street would like to invite our customers to our
White Gypsy Brewery BBQ evening.
Join us for a complimentary smoked stout sausage BBQ and a free pint of White Gypsy Award Winning Lager.
GET HERE EARLY BECAUSE WHEN THEY’RE GONE THEY’RE GONE!!
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We can include your company name to the invitations list.
Superbowl 2017….come and join the Ul Vikings for Super Bowl LI here in Flannerys Bar Limerick on Sunday night 5th February. We are hosting our 10th Annual Super Bowl Party in association with the Ul Vikings and Coors Light. Its live from Houston, Texas. We are serving Hotdogs and burgers in the Courtyard and we will be showing the entire game on our 6 screens. So join us from 9pm on Sunday 5th February to see Super Bowl 2017. There is no charge for entry and we have a LATE bar.
Flannerys Bar & Michael Flannerys Pub were named Finalists for 2016 as the Best Family Business in the Mid West at a recent ceremony at the Limerick Chamber. It is recognition that we are striving to maintain our high customer service standards and look for new and innovative ways to grow our business.
Michael Flannerys Pub has the largest Irish Whiskey collection in the Mid West and the ideal place to enjoy an Irish Whiskey tasting.
Our knowledgeable Whiskey Dispenser will offer you a tasting of 3 featured Irish Whiskeys in an intimate and warm corner of our Traditional Pub. It is always an interesting and enjoyable experience to sample and compare different whiskeys, and discover what makes them different. Continue Reading »
With a 130-bottle whiskey collection and beautiful snug and grocery bar, the old-style pub at the front of Flannery’s has become its figurehead
At 82 years old, Michael Flannery must be the oldest working barman in Ireland. His sons, Liam and Seamus, put his enthusiasm for the job down to his love of great conversation and the fact that once you’re on the premises and you talk to a customer you’re already on duty, so why would you be giving up the job.
He never wants to quit, they say. Besides, he has fantastic pedigree – his grandfather started the chain of events in Rearcross in Tipperary in 1898 opening the first family pub. Read full article on the Irish Times »