Coffee Bar

A DESTINATION FOR COFFEE CURIOUS ADULTS

‘ADULT ONLY’ COFFEE BAR

Our coffee bar is home to 1000 kg of cast iron Giesen Manufactured coffee roasting machine. Live roasting happens most days and this is part of the allure and experience at our coffee bar. The roaster is located in an open an setting. Due to the live nature of our coffee roasting business and heavy machinery in use, children are not permitted on the premises. Supervised children may accompany an adult who is buying coffee to go. As a rule of thumb, if your children are taller than you they are welcome to stay and enjoy the experience.

COFFEE TO GO

All coffees and cakes are available to go.

WORK SPACE

Take advantage of our surroundings, free wifi, multiple sockets to charge your phone or laptop, free parking area, awesome coffee of course and feel free to get some work done while visiting The Old Barracks.
At busy times we ask you to be mindful of other guests needs.

FREE PARKING

We have free parking space available for our customers and the bicycle rack outside the roastery for cyclists and groups who want to get a break during their journey to/from Killaloe, Limerick, Nenagh and others.

DOG FRIENDLY

We are dog friendly (outside areas), we have plenty of bowls around and fresh water supplies by the garden too. And some doggie treats for your four legged friends.

Guide dogs and support dogs are welcome inside The Roastery!

THINGS TO DO WHEN VISIT

The village is dominated by 3 public buildings, Matt the Threshers Inn & Restaurant, Coopers Bar and The Coffee Roastery, the oldest building in the village, while the Railway Station and the old Creamery are 200m from the village centre.

When you visit The Old Barracks Roastery, you can see Moylussa, County Clare’s highest point (532m) and the River Shannon as it flows into Lough Derg.

Birdhill can also be your little walking destination. Tountinna is a short trail walk taking in minor roads and waymarked paths. The Pollagh Trail follows the Yellow Walking Loop over a distance of 3 km.

STREET FOOD GARDEN

Since the start of the year we have invited different pop ups along, and most weekends we have been lucky enough to have great feedback and super vibes.  We have taken it a little further by re-defining what a community garden is. We now also has a food offering in a form of a street food garden during the weekends. This funky space with food and drinks, still for adults, is also available to lunches, barbeques, parties, work get togethers, and even a few gigs.

photo by @nick_foley_cooks on insta @oldbarrackscoffeeroasters