Dublin-based pub The Baggot Inn is accepting Bitcoin

Dublin pub The Baggot Inn, no longer accepts Bitcoin.

My mother joked as I walked out the door that I should take some cash.
Apparently the pub is under new ownership and will not be accepting Bitcoin any time soon.
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Dublin-based pub The Baggot Inn is accepting Bitcoin

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This changes everything. One of Dublin's most famous pubs just sold a pint of Guinness for Bitcoin.

The Baggot Inn, 100m from the Irish parliament (The Dáil), accepted payment for a pint of Guinness last night, which seems to be the first ever pint bought in Ireland with BTC
https://twitter.com/Baggot_Inn/status/440942941566033920
The pub (http://www.thebaggotinn.ie) is hugely popular and, for lovers of terrible music, is where U2 played some of their earliest gigs.
They now accept BTC for all transactions and are installing a Bitcoin ATM in a few days \o/
I've enquired about beds... :)
edit: I forgot to highlight that this pub has beer taps on the tables, you can pour your own pints and pay tab at the end. A decentralised Bitcoin > Beer exchange!
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Shameless plug6 and some tips for travelling to Dublin for the Croke park classic

Any of the opinion or thoughts about bars contained below are my own and not reflective of my employer
Hi all,
Disclaimer: before I begin, I work in the Whiskey Palace on fleet street and part of the reason I am putting this up is because I would love to see any of you who are travelling to Dublin for the Croke Park Classic at the end of the month.
My pitch on the Palace Bar Fleet Street: The Palace was built in 1823 and is currently owned by the Ahearne family. Recently the upstairs bar has been revamped and turn into an Irish whiskey bar, with over 160 different Irish Whiskies, and almost 30 Irish craft beers. We also have our own brand whiskey, The Palace Bar Fourth estate, made by Teeling. It's a 9 and 21 year old blended single malt only available in the Palace Bar. Sold by the glass or by the bottle. We will have music on the Friday and Sat night of the match and there's always good craic about the place. If you're coming to Dublin pop upstairs to me and mention this thread and I'll make sure to look after ye. Downstairs there's a great snug (if you can get it ) and heaps of great craft beers and even more whiskey. Nothing has changed decor wise down here for almost 40 years, it's worth a look.
Whiskey tastings If anyone would be interested in doing a tasting please pm and we can work out times and cost etc..
Now that that's done, here's a list of some of the better bars around Dublin and some helpful tips about drinking/eating/touristing(is that a word??) in Dublin that I have been giving out to tourists during the past 10 years working in bars around the city.
Tip number 1: Avoid going into the heart of Temple Bar!! It's a rip off (averaging €6.20 for a pint of beer) and it's all plastic paddy-whackery and shite music by guys who are paid to play. Bars to avoid include;
Tip number 2: Don't bother with the Guinness storehouse, and if you do go , run straight upstairs to the sky bar. Most of the information you will receive can be gotten online and the tour is no longer guided. If you want to learn to pour a pint ask your barman, a lot of the will let you come behind the bar and do it yourself.
If you do have to (or choose to) go to Temple Bar some of the better, non paddy-whackery pubs that won't won't ruin your pocket that exist around Temple Bar are:
St Stephens Green/Grafton St area: * Peter's Pub (good old fashion Irish pub, mainly for locals but worth a look if you're around that way. Good Irish whiskey collection too.)
Merrion row / Baggot st area:
Georges St / Dame Lane Area
Wexford st
Smithfield area
Stoney batter * Mulligans GreenGrocer
Late night bars
Thanks for reading, if you're in Dublin pop up to me upstairs in the Palace and say hello. If you have any other questions about attraction, restaurants or anything else in Dublin as away and I'll try and get back to you.
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Shameless plug6 and some tips for travelling to Dublin for the Croke park classic

Any of the opinion or thoughts about bars contained below are my own and not reflective of my employer
Hi all,
Disclaimer: before I begin, I work in the Whiskey Palace on fleet street and part of the reason I am putting this up is because I would love to see any of you who are travelling to Dublin for the Croke Park Classic at the end of the month.
My pitch on the Palace Bar Fleet Street: The Palace was built in 1823 and is currently owned by the Ahearne family. Recently the upstairs bar has been revamped and turn into an Irish whiskey bar, with over 160 different Irish Whiskies, and almost 30 Irish craft beers. We also have our own brand whiskey, The Palace Bar Fourth estate, made by Teeling. It's a 9 and 21 year old blended single malt only available in the Palace Bar. Sold by the glass or by the bottle. We will have music on the Friday and Sat night of the match and there's always good craic about the place. If you're coming to Dublin pop upstairs to me and mention this thread and I'll make sure to look after ye. Downstairs there's a great snug (if you can get it ) and heaps of great craft beers and even more whiskey. Nothing has changed decor wise down here for almost 40 years, it's worth a look.
Whiskey tastings If anyone would be interested in doing a tasting please pm and we can work out times and cost etc..
Now that that's done, here's a list of some of the better bars around Dublin and some helpful tips about drinking/eating/touristing(is that a word??) in Dublin that I have been giving out to tourists during the past 10 years working in bars around the city.
Tip number 1: Avoid going into the heart of Temple Bar!! It's a rip off (averaging €6.20 for a pint of beer) and it's all plastic paddy-whackery and shite music by guys who are paid to play. Bars to avoid include;
Tip number 2: Don't bother with the Guinness storehouse, and if you do go , run straight upstairs to the sky bar. Most of the information you will receive can be gotten online and the tour is no longer guided. If you want to learn to pour a pint ask your barman, a lot of the will let you come behind the bar and do it yourself.
If you do have to (or choose to) go to Temple Bar some of the better, non paddy-whackery pubs that won't won't ruin your pocket that exist around Temple Bar are:
St Stephens Green/Grafton St area: * Peter's Pub (good old fashion Irish pub, mainly for locals but worth a look if you're around that way. Good Irish whiskey collection too.)
Merrion row / Baggot st area:
Georges St / Dame Lane Area
Wexford st
Smithfield area
Stoney batter * Mulligans GreenGrocer
Late night bars
Thanks for reading, if you're in Dublin pop up to me upstairs in the Palace and say hello. If you have any other questions about attraction, restaurants or anything else in Dublin as away and I'll try and get back to you.
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Shameless plug and some tips for travelling to Dublin for the Croke park classic

Any of the opinion or thoughts about bars contained below are my own and not reflective of my employer
Hi all,
Disclaimer: before I begin, I work in the Whiskey Palace on fleet street and part of the reason I am putting this up is because I would love to see any of you who are travelling to Dublin for the Croke Park Classic at the end of the month.
My pitch on the Palace Bar Fleet Street: The Palace was built in 1823 and is currently owned by the Ahearne family. Recently the upstairs bar has been revamped and turn into an Irish whiskey bar, with over 160 different Irish Whiskies, and almost 30 Irish craft beers. We also have our own brand whiskey, The Palace Bar Fourth estate, made by Teeling. It's a 9 and 21 year old blended single malt only available in the Palace Bar. Sold by the glass or by the bottle. We will have music on the Friday and Sat night of the match and there's always good craic about the place. If you're coming to Dublin pop upstairs to me and mention this thread and I'll make sure to look after ye. Downstairs there's a great snug (if you can get it ) and heaps of great craft beers and even more whiskey. Nothing has changed decor wise down here for almost 40 years, it's worth a look.
Whiskey tastings If anyone would be interested in doing a tasting please pm and we can work out times and cost etc..
Now that that's done, here's a list of some of the better bars around Dublin and some helpful tips about drinking/eating/touristing(is that a word??) in Dublin that I have been giving out to tourists during the past 10 years working in bars around the city.
Tip number 1: Avoid going into the heart of Temple Bar!! It's a rip off (averaging €6.20 for a pint of beer) and it's all plastic paddy-whackery and shite music by guys who are paid to play. Bars to avoid include;
Tip number 2: Don't bother with the Guinness storehouse, and if you do go , run straight upstairs to the sky bar. Most of the information you will receive can be gotten online and the tour is no longer guided. If you want to learn to pour a pint ask your barman, a lot of the will let you come behind the bar and do it yourself.
If you do have to (or choose to) go to Temple Bar some of the better, non paddy-whackery pubs that won't won't ruin your pocket that exist around Temple Bar are:
St Stephens Green/Grafton St area: * Peter's Pub (good old fashion Irish pub, mainly for locals but worth a look if you're around that way. Good Irish whiskey collection too.)
Merrion row / Baggot st area:
Georges St / Dame Lane Area
Wexford st
Smithfield area
Stoney batter * Mulligans GreenGrocer
Late night bars
Thanks for reading, if you're in Dublin pop up to me upstairs in the Palace and say hello. If you have any other questions about attraction, restaurants or anything else in Dublin as away and I'll try and get back to you.
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The Baggot Inn took in its first Bitcoin payments for drinks last night, with customers paying BTC 0.0093 (€4.40) per pint. Source: Twitter/@Baggot_Inn. It's very nice and spacious place (ALOT of seatings). Very good Guinness, and variety of other beers, reasonable prices and fine food. Give it a try! The Baggot Inn are proud to announce, we now accept Bitcoin. Keep an eye out for our brand new Bitcoin ATM machine, which will be arriving at the bar soon! You can expect the good aul Thursday nights for Quiz Night with some live music & ladies night on Fridays gives you 3 for 2 cocktails. The Baggot Inn became the first Irish pub to accept Bitcoin in exchange for a pint of Guinness on Tuesday 4th March 2014. The pint was sold for BTC 0.0093. We're not ones to toot our own horn, but we predicted this (at a stretch) a few weeks ago. Dublin gets it's first Bitcoin ATM… — The Baggot Inn (@Baggot_Inn) March 4, 2014 The boozer also announced that they are getting a Bitcoin ATM in the next few days, so we can all get in on the action.

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