That is very quick, in fairness.
Lee at Publin.ie writes:
For the first time in 90 years pubs are allowed to open and serve alcohol in Ireland on Good Friday.
To celebrate, we’re going to host Dublin’s first ever Good Friday pub crawl. Through the prism of the pub we’ll explore Irish culture and history.
We’ll also give you a history of the Good Friday prohibition and then toast to it’s removal.
On the night we’ll visit 4 pubs, each with a different story to tell. Publin crawls aren’t just about the drinking; we’ll try to show you a side of pubs that you haven’t seen or considered before. Before each location we give you a short history of the pub and a few tidbits of stories that should be news even to the most well informed pub goer.
We’ll be starting the night at 6.30pm at a location that we’ll let you know the day before. You will be guided around by John and Luigsech for 4 hours of drinks, pub chats, and a real Dublin experience.
Earlier: He Died For Your Gins