Europe is known for its unique appearance and very rich history. Many people who visit over there like to enjoy its wild night life. There are many cities throughout the continent featuring pubs located off of the beaten path.
One of the oddest places, for instance, is in Iceland where the entire bar is made out of ice. Now that’s the last place on earth that you should find an ice palace. But at least it keeps its shape as it won’t melt under warm conditions.
Here are some other places that you may want to put on your bucket list:
- Sean’s Bar - This is the oldest bar in Ireland and is marked that way in the Guinness Book of World Records. The oddest thing about this place is that it dates back to at least 900 A.D. When there is that much history in one single place, it’s no wonder why it is such a popular tourist attraction.
- Square Peg - This is a bar in the U.K. not recognized for its beer selection or anything like that, but for the bar itself. It is the longest bar in the country as it stretches from a long section of street. It is not room to room, but all the way down the street.
- Bacchus Bar – This is one of the strangest bars in the world. Located in Birmingham, UK, it is one gigantic labyrinth. Yes, a maze that will frustrate and delight you all at the same time. If you’re smart enough you may find your way out of there before last call.
- Old Joint Stock - This is a Victorian style bar in Birmingham, UK, with theater seating above for performances that are put on there from time to time. It is cutting edge for what it is because it beats what modern bars offer and has an old time appeal.
- MiniBar - This is a bar in Amsterdam, and if you enjoy drinking in sub zero conditions you’re going to love this place. It is an ice palace that is filled with nothing but ice, as in sculptures and other fixtures. The drinks are always cold and so are the patrons in this bar.
These are just a few of the oddest place to get a craft beer in Europe. You may want to research them for more details.