Welcome to Craft Beer in Limerick
Mother Macs Public House is one of limericks most iconic buildings located on High Street and upper Denmark street. The building itself know locally as the round house dates to 1787 (first reference in historical documents) but the exact age of the building is uncertain. The pub has become renowned for it large selection of craft beer both on draught and capped. It offers rotational craft taps, guest taps, specials and a large selection of capped (bottled) beers.
The distinctive signage of Mother Macs is the work of local and internationally renowned sign writer Tom Collins. It is this new look and development of the area immediately adjacent that has helped Mother Macs win the Overall Tidy Towns Award for 2016.
Mother Macs Public House, formerly The Round House, was established by two local brothers in 2015. They have given a new lease of life to an aging lady. In 2016 Mother Macs was the venue for Liam Gillicks “And Then…. as part of EVA International festival.
Mother Macs had the distinction of winning the Best Pint of Guinness in Limerick as voted by readers of the Limerick Leader News Paper.