You Don't Need to Leave Home to Drink in an Irish Pub Anymore

While some nights call for a fancy dinner or a martini at a nice bar, sometimes you just want to have a few pints with friends at an Irish pub. But what if there isn’t a pub nearby? Luckily a company in Boston came up with the perfect solution. The Paddy Wagon is an inflatable Irish pub that shows up wherever you want the party. Think kids bouncy house, only for adults, complete with Irish food, beer and whiskey.

With the goal of recreating an authentic pub atmosphere, each Paddy Wagon comes with “brick walls” and a fake fireplace. It doesn’t get much better than that. The larger version of the pub can hold up to 80 people, and the smaller can be used for more quaint occasions. So whether you want to host a fun engagement party or a coworker’s birthday, you have options with this inflatable pub.

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To round out the Irish experience, the company can even offer real Irish entertainment: everything from live fiddlers to Irish dancers to Irish wolf hounds.

From their website:

Visualize cold, properly poured pints of fresh Irish Stout, homemade Irish staples, such as Sheppard’s Pie, Curry Fries and everyone’s favorite Beef Stew. The Paddywagon Inflatable Pub offers not just the local Irish Pub experience, it offers a welcomed and refreshing addition to sandwiches, domestic beers and wine.

Our team will work with you to design a customized drink menu, ranging from locally made microbrews to eclectic craft brews. Combined with a wide range of culinary options your next event will undoubtedly be one to remember.

The next time you want to change it up a bit, there is no doubt that inflating an Irish pub in your backyard will be a crowd pleaser!

Check out some more pics from this pub experience on the next page:

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