Irish hospitality at its best – Connecting the past and the present

Irish hospitality at its best – Connecting the past and the present

In June 2018, seventeen members of the Lally and Masse clan from the United States stepped into the Roadside Tavern for refreshments. Now, Ireland is well known for its warm hospitality and a natural curiosity for the people passing through. But what this group didn’t expect was the special kind of hospitality they received from the owner himself, Peter Curtin.

Peter Curtin is not only the third generation owner of the Roadside Tavern, the master brewer of the Burren Brewery under the same roof as the Tavern, and an inventor. He is also a fountain of knowledge. Must be all the smoked salmon they smoke next door in the Burren Smokehouse……Read More

 

 

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Date 13 Jul, 2018

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