A rural pub proprietor in Rathdrinagh, Eire, has give you an ingenious technique to hold her bar “open” during the lockdown.
Avril McKeever who owns the 152-year-old establishment McKeever’s Bar & Lounge, has been serving her loyal prospects bottles of beer and the occasional bag of potato chips through drone.
Operated by her niece’s husband, Paul Clarke, the drone delivers “bottles of Heineken normally, or typically a number of cans of Bulmers,” McKeever informed The Guardian.
“We had a bottle of wine and a bag of Tayto crisps able to go final night time nevertheless it didn’t take off due to the wind.”
Pubs, the cornerstone of Irish social life, have been closed since March — and aren’t slated to reopen till August 10 beneath authorities tips, leaving 50,000 employees unemployed.
Different pubs in Dublin have resorted to house deliveries and pulling pints from kegs in vans to maintain prospects.