A Mobile Pub is Heading to Boston From Ireland

A Mobile Pub is Heading to Boston From Ireland

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Tara Bellucci
Jun 1, 2015
(Image credit: Shebeen)

Food trucks made a comeback in the last decade, and it looks like mobile bars are the next frontier. This adorable Irish pub is heading Stateside—to Boston, of course.

The Shebeen is a 10-seat pub crafted from a former caravan. Built by John Walsh, a cabinet maker from Galway, the 17-foot-wide, two-draft-line bar has caught on in its home country, making appearances at private parties, weddings, and as a promotional vehicle.

Finishing touches are being made to a second Shebeen, and it's slated to open in Boston in July. Walsh’s company plans to ship to Australia, Canada, and the UK. You can rent a fully-stocked Shebeen for $700 a day, $1,400 for a weekend, and $14,000 to own forever (instead of a pub shed, perhaps).

(Image credit: Shebeen)
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