The history of the Irish pubs is steeped in culture and lore. An Irish pub of the Middle Ages was a rough-hewn place of natural wood furniture and stone walls. They bore large fireplaces and hanging oil lamps over wood or cobblestone floors. In addition to ale, an Irish pub usually sold essential food and hardware items. The Irish pub is a warm, welcoming place where people socialized, sang, relaxed, told stories, and exchanged gossip and rumors.
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