Welcome to Castlebar Gin Trail!

Visit Mayo's county town and experience Ireland's first permanent gin trail! There's never been a better time to plan your days and nights out in Castlebar. You can beGIN the trail at any of our 15 pubs. Just pick up a pocket-sized Castlebar Gin Trail booklet (available from all of the bars on the trail) or check out our Trail Pubs & Gins page to find out about each of our featured gins. Please remember to drink responsibly.

Castlebar Chamber of Commerce members and 15 local publicans launched Castlebar Gin Trail on June 2, 2017. Their aim is to make Castlebar the ‘Gin Capital of Ireland’. The trail is Ireland's first permanent gin trail and features both Irish and international premium gins. The 15 pubs working together on the trail are: Mick Byrne’s, The Bungalow, Bridge Street, Mulroy’s, The Irish House, Johnny McHale’s, Bar One, Coady’s, Bosh, The Yew Tree, The Cobweb, Rocky’s, The Castle Inn, Tolster’s and The Connaught Inn.

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 Celebrating the launch of Castlebar Gin Trail are local publicans and Castlebar Chamber of Commerce members (from left): Michael McDonnell (Bosh), Mark Cadden (Bar One), Ger Whyte (The Castle Inn), Gerry Tolster (Tolster's), Dermot Coady (Coady's), Siobhan Foody (www.SiobhanFoody.com and Castlebar Chamber of Commerce), Denis Kelly (The Connaught Inn), Amy Mulrennan (The Bungalow), Alan Heverin (The Irish House), Ronan Basquille (The Bungalow), Wilson Bird (Breaffy House Resort and President, Castlebar Chamber of Commerce), Lee Walmsley (The Connaught Inn), Audrey Bouvard (Bridge St), Rachel Cresham (The Cobweb), John Mulroy (Mulroy's Bar & Brasserie), Declan Swift (Bridge St), Bernard Hughes (The Connaught Telegraph and Castlebar Chamber of Commerce), John McHale (Johnny McHale's) and Des Carey (Bosh). Photo: Keith Heneghan/Phocus.ie

Celebrating the launch of Castlebar Gin Trail are local publicans and Castlebar Chamber of Commerce members (from left): Michael McDonnell (Bosh), Mark Cadden (Bar One), Ger Whyte (The Castle Inn), Gerry Tolster (Tolster's), Dermot Coady (Coady's), Siobhan Foody (www.SiobhanFoody.com and Castlebar Chamber of Commerce), Denis Kelly (The Connaught Inn), Amy Mulrennan (The Bungalow), Alan Heverin (The Irish House), Ronan Basquille (The Bungalow), Wilson Bird (Breaffy House Resort and President, Castlebar Chamber of Commerce), Lee Walmsley (The Connaught Inn), Audrey Bouvard (Bridge St), Rachel Cresham (The Cobweb), John Mulroy (Mulroy's Bar & Brasserie), Declan Swift (Bridge St), Bernard Hughes (The Connaught Telegraph and Castlebar Chamber of Commerce), John McHale (Johnny McHale's) and Des Carey (Bosh). Photo: Keith Heneghan/Phocus.ie