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Hyne’s: Prussia St.

We were fairly taken with the whole pintman thing when it took off on the net earlier during the year. It shone a light on a culture we’d been in the middle of for years. It had it all: pints, pubs, and more pints, what more could one ask for.

Unfortunately brand pintman slowly but surely became a victim of its own success and the author finds nowadays that your average facebook “pintman” is a techy seventeen year old who can barely hold a few bottles of smirnoff ice in some midland English wetherspoons, let alone keep a feed of stout down in a Dublin boozer.

Let it not be said that we’re sad that it's over be rather we’re happy that it happenedand and just as Rick and Ilsa will always have Paris – We’ll always have Hynes, Paddy.

Hyne’s, became somewhat of an overnight drinking mecca due to the popularity of the aforementioned pintman craze. Said to be the main man Paddy Losty’s local the pub is now enshrined in landscape of famous Dublin boozers. Of course we had to go and have a look.

Entering the pub on a sunny afternoon we sat at the end of the bar and were greeted by the barman who took our order and asked us if we wanted the use of the telly. He put on the match for us and returned us a few top-notch pints.

The long bar boasts a fair amount of exposed red brick which the majority of us agreed was pleasing to eye. Our table was a repurposed singer sewing table which was a taking point also. The place was nicely lit given that the sun was beaming from the door straight through the length of the bar. One of the lads reckoned it was a bit spiritual "like newgrange and tha” but that was probably just the pints kicking in.

The locals were good craic and Paddy's legacy was well protected with the amount of pints been put away by some of them. All in all Hyne's is a solid shop. Great pint, great staff and sound locals. Well worth a look.

1 policeman, 1 pintman, who is drinking? You decide. If you decide policeman drinking than he should be arrested by pintman, if pintman drinking then he should be allowed to finish his pint #pintman & 🐷

Absolute pleasure to meet Paddy Losty himself #30pintsormore #Pintman

Sham boys I'm gone fair fat 🐋 @paddylosty @guinness #mondays #swelled #40bellies #pintman

Great to get a few pints in with my uncle Paddy after busy week! We wouldn't get to go at it very often but when we do go at it, we go at it awful and very hard! #Pintman #God #BigCT

Now I wouldn't be fond of swimming, but when I'd a go at it I'd a go at it awful and very hard. I'd do about 45 lengths in about two hours. I'd stop then and have a nibble of crab or maybe an aul bit've seaweed. And I'd go for probably, ah I'd do 10 more anyway. I'd get up then the following morning and Mona would have the nuts on and I'd go at it again; and there'd be no fucking shtoping me. I'd take the hair off any dogs back. Bastards #doggo #pintman

I wouldn't be too fond of running, but when I do go at it, I go at very awful and very hard. #pintman #ineedadoctor #virginmedia #midnightrun #slowandsteady🐢 and I'm still ded

Wagwan🤙#pintman

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Hyne’s: Prussia St.

We were fairly taken with the whole pintman thing when it took off on the net earlier during the year. It shone a light on a culture we’d been in the middle of for years. It had it all: pints, pubs, and more pints, what more could one ask for.

Unfortunately brand pintman slowly but surely became a victim of its own success and the author finds nowadays that your average facebook “pintman” is a techy seventeen year old who can barely hold a few bottles of smirnoff ice in some midland English wetherspoons, let alone keep a feed of stout down in a Dublin boozer.

Let it not be said that we’re sad that it's over be rather we’re happy that it happenedand and just as Rick and Ilsa will always have Paris – We’ll always have Hynes, Paddy.

Hyne’s, became somewhat of an overnight drinking mecca due to the popularity of the aforementioned pintman craze. Said to be the main man Paddy Losty’s local the pub is now enshrined in landscape of famous Dublin boozers. Of course we had to go and have a look.

Entering the pub on a sunny afternoon we sat at the end of the bar and were greeted by the barman who took our order and asked us if we wanted the use of the telly. He put on the match for us and returned us a few top-notch pints.

The long bar boasts a fair amount of exposed red brick which the majority of us agreed was pleasing to eye. Our table was a repurposed singer sewing table which was a taking point also. The place was nicely lit given that the sun was beaming from the door straight through the length of the bar. One of the lads reckoned it was a bit spiritual "like newgrange and tha” but that was probably just the pints kicking in.

The locals were good craic and Paddy's legacy was well protected with the amount of pints been put away by some of them. All in all Hyne's is a solid shop. Great pint, great staff and sound locals. Well worth a look.

Found myself just the other day
In the backyard of a friends place,
Thinkin' about you,
Thinkin' of the crowd you're in,
What you up too where you been?
(Just thinkin') #pintman

Hanlon’s: Hanlon’s Corner

Recently we were pinting of a weekend in Stoneybatter and took in Hanlon’s (amongst others). We arrived mid-afternoon, still a touch tender from the previous night’s shenanigans.

We settled in the bar which ticked all the proverbial aesthetic boxes – it being sectioned by dark woodwork which contrasted well with a lighter mosaic tiling underfoot. Panoramic windows left older patron’s eyes unstrained in the reading of their papers as they propped up against a bar which runs along the space in harmony with the shape of building. Sitting at this bar one could gaze in appreciation of an antique register behind it; whilst another could look beyond it and muse over a clay head that was either a toddler’s art homework or a medical study of the woes of elephantiasis.

The pint was grand; drinkable and well under a fiver. We ordered a cordial at no charge too which deserves an honourable mention. The locals were of good character, I’d a bit of an earwig on a few lads debating over what year Dublin Bus introduced power steering and it was like listening to some sort of unearthed Sean O Casey text.

About halfway through our jars, an elder local who happened to be garbed entirely in golfing gear arrived and duly ordered a pint. Having settled beside us we noticed that he was scoping us out a bit. Upon a lull in our chat he sensed his opening and interjected by thrusting a finger toward one our pints and merrily asked “What’s that..?” A bit taken aback one of us responded “That’s a lovely big pint is what that is”. Unsatisfied with our answer he replied asking “Dyis wanna know what that is?” “G’wan” we answered. He paused before finally answering “That’s a cappuccino!” he proudly exclaimed. “A cappuccino, that what that is” he suffixed in the midst of our bemused laughter.

He went on to regale us with tales of his golfing career to date all while ignoring the seven or so questions we asked about how his game had went that day. As we polished the dregs of our jars and made for the exit the encounter was made all the more strange as our golfing buddy requested one of the lads to sit on his lap. He politely declined.

Big TUB of cans with the boys #tubmanontour #pintman #bavariansillywater

The man, the myth and the legend #paddylosty #pintman #bastards

I never let my supporters down.. 💪🏾😎 #23JordanYear #clickthelinkinmybio #PintMan #fellinlovewithatrapper💔

Savage Pint weather. #rome #guinness #streetlethal #pintman

When @KildareGAA go at it, they go at it hard and they'd take the jersey off any Meath players back. They'll kick about 45 points in 70 minutes and they'll go at it again. #GAA #KildareGAA #PaddyLosty #Pintman

When someone says they don't drink Guinness #Pintman

The Swan: Aungier St.

It was one of them poxy November evenings where the depression onset from daylight savings' early darkness had begun set in. The rain was pissing out of the heavens and train was rammed. A pint was in order. As I drew closer to town I fumbled amongst the crush to retrieve my phone and made a call to Pintman number two, enquiring after the progress he himself was making into town. “Still in poxy work!” says he. “Bollix to that” says I.” Grab a spot somewhere and I’ll follow ya in sure” says he. “Grand” says I.

So after disembarking I wander up Westland Row and head toward the Grafton St. area. A quick bit of sustenance and I’m on the look out for a pub only to make the unfortunate realisation that everywhere is jammed with the only thing worse than the Christmas party crowd: The early Christmas party crowd. All of them carefully gowned in their illuminated wooly jumpers and fluffy red hats.

In the midst of my frantic dash around the South City Centre trying to find any boozer with a spare spot and a lingering degree of cosiness, I find myself pushing ever so further out of the city. And then as I wander around by the back of the college of surgeons, it comes to me. The Swan! Of course! Up to the swan I hastily traipse to find the place reasonable populated and with enough spare seats to lighten my mood. No sooner have I placed my sopping coat on a high stool do I have a good pint of plain in my hand and all is ok once again.

The Swan as it turned out was the best possible pub to arrive into from a rainy November night. Another Victorian gem with all the furniture and fixings one should expect from a Victorian spot. A marble bar runs the length and is nicely complimented by the mosaic tiling on the floor. Another essential visit for seekers of authentic historic Dublin Pubs.

Content again I make another phonecall to pintman number 2 who is less than impressed having found himself on a stationary train. “Why is it stuck?” says I. “There’s a swan on the tracks at Landsdowne” says he. “Jaysis” says I. “Where did ye settle in the end” says he. “The Swan” says I. “Fuck off” says he.

Looking foward to this fest with @sensedeficiencypunkdewds
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Playing Fesant Fest in a few weeks, gonna be savage af. Watch everyone transform into a true #pintman come to Emmetts in Ballina Saturday the 8th of July! #gigs #thena #ballinapunx #antifa #sensedeficiency #punk #punkrock #localbands #irishbands

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