Since 2012, locals on the Space Coast know that Hogan’s Irish Bar is the place to go to enjoy craft beers with friends in an authentic Irish pub atmosphere.
Hogan’s Irish Bar, in Cape Canaveral, is known for their warm atmosphere, hospitable staff and fine selection of craft beers.
The owner of Hogan’s Irish Bar, Paudie Hogan, is from Ireland and has been in the pub business for over 25 years. Throughout the years, Hogan has stuck by his principal belief that looking after the customers always comes first.
What makes Hogan’s Irish Bar different from other bars and pubs on the Space Coast is their welcoming atmosphere.
Hogan had each piece of his antique furniture shipped from his previous pub in Ballina, Ireland, here to Florida. Some of the antiques are over 200 years old.
Each piece of antique furniture carries its own story and brings a unique touch to Hogan’s Irish Bar.
Not only does the unique décor make Hogan’s Irish Bar warm and welcoming, but the hospitable staff is what keeps the customers coming back.
Paudie Hogan and his brothers, Michael and James, first opened up Hogan’s pub in Ireland in 1977. Not only did Hogan bring his pub over to the U.S., but he brought his Irish values and charm along with it.
Besides the superb atmosphere, Hogan’s prides themselves on their diverse and consistently changing beers they have on tap.
On the beer menu they have numerous stouts, porters, IPA’s, wheat beers, ales, ciders, fruit beers, imports, seasonal beers, local brews, lagers and pilsners.
Sticking to their Irish roots, Hogan’s will always have Guinness, Smithwicks and Harp as well as other Irish craft beers and over 50 different bottled beers.
Besides beer, Hogan’s Irish Bar has the largest selection of Irish whiskeys in Brevard County to kick off any Irish celebration.
Hogan’s Irish Bar also has live music and events almost every night of the week to ensure a great time. If you’re Irish (or not) Hogan’s is the place to enjoy Irish beer and whiskey, while soaking up the authentic Irish atmosphere.
For more information, please visit:
By Alyssa Brady, Staff Writer