Irish pubs can now serve alcohol on Good Friday

After 90 years of banning the sale of alcohol in pubs on Good Friday, Ireland will now be able to serve liquor on this religious holiday.

This was made possible following a 2017 liquor bill passed in the Dáil and will now be in place before Good Friday, which this year falls on March 30. Continue reading

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