Irish Whiskeys

Whiskey, like Guinness, is wrapped up in the magical tradition and folklore that makes Ireland so attractive to its visitors from overseas. Singing, music, folk tales and socializing in pubs...

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Sunday Session

Our session takes place every Sunday—at around 7pm in the Celtic Cellar. Call in and experience an evening of pure Irish traditional music, played on instruments such as the bodhrán, uilleann pipes, flute...

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Quiz Nights

Get your team together and come and join in the fun on this very popular evening in the Irish Rover. Every Thursday at 8pm..... What are you waiting for? Give your brain a workout!

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Welcome to the Irish Rover - Hamburg

The Irish Government wishes to announce that it has officially cancelled the search for the 121 m² of Ireland which mysteriously disappeared. It has been found and we are glad to report it is being very well looked after in Großneumarkt, Hamburg, Germany.

The disappearance occurred over 15 years ago but both the Irish Taoiseach and Tánaiste agree that this authentic part of Ireland is in better shape than ever before.

In fact those wishing to visit Ireland are now advised to go there, known as

Irish Rover - Hamburg

to get a taste of the atmosphere which they can expect in the Emerald Isle.  Before going to Ireland, check out our website or better still, come and visit us. We are always happy to give advice on planning your trip or simply to give you a taste of what to expect on your travels.

We will be updating our website regularly with tips, photos and recommended places to visit, so it is always worth a look if you are seeking inspiration.

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proving that Guinness does travel

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