Inflatable pub complete with DJ for hire

A US entrepreneur is offering patrons a bouncy alternative to their local and the chance to open their own pub with the launch of America’s first inflatable, fully transportable pub.


Credit: Paddy Wagon Pub

Not dissimilar to a children’s bouncy castle, the inflatable pub can house more than 70 people and is the centrepiece of a new Boston-based business founded by Eoghan Cahill, as reported by The Boston Globe. 

Complete with bartenders, a DJ and a fake fireplace, the blow-up Paddy Wagon Pub is made to look like a traditional Irish watering hole and is now available to hire out and inflate wherever you see fit.

Cahill and his business partners all have experience in the drinks trade and have spent the past six month building the concept.

The company will contract out food and drink services at a customers’ request, with Irish dancing performances, Irish wolfhound dogs, and Irish musical acts all available on request.

“Inflatable bars are starting to get popular in the UK but we are the first to provide the full entertainment”, said Cahill of the fledgling company.

“I saw photo of it and thought it would work well here as there is a huge corporate market. It puts a different twist on a marquee.”

He added: “We’ll provide the tables and chairs and can serve the drinks. Our license means we can’t sell alcohol but we can pour drinks and take money on the customer’s behalf so they can sit back and relax at the party.”

5 Responses to “Inflatable pub complete with DJ for hire”

  1. Christine says:

    could you please quote for the bar only please

  2. Julie Knight says:


    can you advise the size of this inflatable pub, and can you deliver to Bristol.. we are looking for Saturday 26th March 2016… and cost

    thank you

  3. Martyn says:

    Bar only please price Nottingham

  4. jen clark says:

    i live in madison heights Mi. also cost

  5. Chris Gray says:

    Hi looking to hire a bar for my wedding july 2018 in wales, can you send me a quote for prices please?

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