This Mini Mobile Pub in Massachusetts Brings the Irish Bar to You

Why go to the bar when you can have the bar to yourself in your own space?

I don’t know if it’s just the effects of the quarantine or just my antisocial tendencies, but the crowds in the bars, the Ubers, the prices, it’s all too much.

Forget all the nonsense and just let the bar come to you.

Tiny mobile bars in Massachusetts

Tiny homes and food trucks are the biggest rave of the moment, but it gets even better: a tiny mobile bar.

Let me introduce you to Tiny Pubs.

This mobile mini pub business lets you rent out Irish pubs for events or just the way you want it. The Wee Irish Pub has a simple exterior that suits any event aesthetic, but inside you will find an authentic Irish pub, just like you would find in the city’s old taverns.

The pub is a tiny little thing but somehow it seats 10-12 people! There is a bar area, small hanging seating area, electric fireplace, smart TV for streaming a game or slideshow or whatever you like, and two beer taps.

This is ideal for parties, events, weddings, birthdays, neighborhood get-togethers, really any drinking situation would be elevated with your very own mobile pub.

Before you get your hopes up, you need to be within 50 miles of Reading, Massachusetts to rent this bad boy. It runs within 30 miles, but you can increase it to 50 with additional fees.

Do tiny pubs come with alcohol?

While the mobile pub comes with two taps, you must use BYOB. The pub is your own private bar which you can hire but you can choose what beer and drinks are served. You can run the place yourself or the Tiny Pubs company has a decent bartender service they can send to you.

While a personal bartender might be nice, personally I would enjoy serving myself and my friends and experimenting with our own bar.

There are so many things you can do with your mobile pub and a really cool idea for an event.

Instead of having a beer-filled cooler in the yard, rent a pub!

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