+380 (44) 279-15-84
Open from 11:00 till 2:00
17a, Mikhalivska str.
180 days left till St. Patrick's Day
1-st floor 2-nd floor

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  1. Hover your mouse on a table (you will see table number and sits amount)
  2. Call us: +380 (44) 279-15-84
Bar
Pool
WC
Fireplace
TV
TV
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TV
1-st floor 2-nd floor

Reserve a table

  1. Hover your mouse on a table (you will see table number and sits amount)
  2. Call us: +380 (44) 279-15-84
WC
TV
TV
TV
TV
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  • You can watch up to 5 different tv-events on our 5 plasmas and two projectors!

  • Up to 20 kinds of beer and of course Irish Beer at O'Brien's!

  • We have really BIG portions, check this out! 

  • Best music bands play at O'Brien's at Friday and Saturnday evenings, enjoy traditional Irish sounds!

  • Our team is totally English-speaking!

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Newcastle Brown Ale

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Newcastle Brown Ale is a brand of beer produced by Scottish & Newcastle, part of Heineken International. The beer was introduced in 1927 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, by Newcastle Breweries, which became Scottish & Newcastle in 1960. In 2005, brewing was moved out of Newcastle for the first time to the other side of the River Tyne, to Dunston in Gateshead. In 2009 it was announced that production would move to Tadcaster North Yorkshire.

Newcastle Brown Ale is a traditional English style brown ale in both its reddish brown color and sweet flavor.  Newcastle Brown Ale quickly established itself as the favorite brew in England’s North East, and by 1937 was widely distributed in bottles and in cans to meet the demand. Between the 1930s and 1960s, Brown Ale continued to surge in popularity and became a symbol of the hardy working class tradition of the shipbuilding, mining and steel industries that characterize Newcastle even today.  In the 1980s, Newcastle redesigned its bottle label and adopted the slogan "The One and Only," an affectionate moniker for the original which was popularized in 1928 by the Newcastle Journal.  Today, Newcastle Brown Ale is one of the fastest growing imported beers.