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Galway Man Creates Mobile 'Baravan'

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A Galway man has turned his 80s-style caravan into a mobile Irish pub.

The project was completed after four months and on a budget of €20,000 by John Walsh and his co-workers as a team-builidng exercise. What was originally a fun project has turned out to be a business venture for Walsh, as the Shebeen, as it is named, has attracted interest from weddings and festival organizers.

The Shebeen has a distinctive traditional Irish pub look, complete with wooden floors, faux-brick walls and is adorned with old alcohol advertisements. It seats 10 punters and serves 2 beers on draught.

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The Shebeen can be rented for €1,500, or even replicated for €30,000. See the promotional video below.

 

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