Hop House 13 brought together an unforgettable night of live music, trendy art, street food and seriously good beer to Dublin with the launch its pop-up bar The Hop House.
This interactive experience is part of Hop House 13 Lager’s latest pop up event series and was held at the popular bar The Bernard Shaw. These exciting events will run through April and May at various venues around Dublin.
The Bernard Shaw is also home to Eatyard. This Dublin food market focuses on highlighting Irish Street Food and allows people to enjoy a relaxed and casual dining experience.
Guests enjoyed tantalising treats from contemporary Chinese restaurant Hang Dai, the Brazilian Kitchen at Wigwam and of course pizza from the legendary Big Blue Bus. Also at the event was noted ‘Sings of Power‘ painter, Vanessa Power, live painting some unique artwork. The Dublin native is passionate about her craft of hand-painted sings and specialises in restaurant and shop facades.
Music on the night was provided by Yankari Afrobeat Collective. Guests danced the night away to the live 10 piece band who played their latest and greatest songs to a jam packed house. The Hop House 13 Lager flowed freely with scores of people enjoying the refreshing beverage. The laid back atmosphere of the night paired perfectly with the funky tunes from Yankari Afrobeat Collective.
Hop House 13 is a double hopped larger made with Irish barley and aromatic hops. It is a full flavoured crisp lager with citrus notes of apricot and peach. This light and refreshing lager is ideal for those sun filled sunny days.