PJ O’Brien’s in Southbank, Melbourne was the number one Guinness outlet in Australia for the month of April.
The pub, located on the banks of the Yarra in central Melbourne, topped the Irish Echo’s Black List in the most recent survey, the official national ranking for Guinness volume sales.
Its sister pub in Sydney, which topped the Black List for March, came in second place and Durty Nelly’s in West Perth came in third.
The national top ten was completed by The Mercantile Hotel in The Rocks, The Drunken Poet in West Melbourne, The Quiet Man in Flemington, Maloney’s Hotel in Sydney, irish Murphy’s in Brisbane, The Fifth Province in St Kilda and The Woodvale Tavern in Perth.
The NSW top five was PJ O’Brien’s, The Mercantile, Maloney’s, The Porterhouse and The Doss House in The Rocks.
The Victorian top five was completed by Jimmy O’Neill’s in St Kilda.
The Queensland top five also included Finn McCools in Fortitude Valley, Finn McCool’s in Surfers Paradise, the Dublin Docks Tavern in Biggera Waters and McGinty’s Bar in Cairns.
Western Australia’s top five also included JB O’Reilly’s in Leederville, Murphy’s irish Pub in Mandurah and Paddy Malone’s in Joondalup.
Fiddlers Green in Darwin was the top Guinness out in the Northern Territory and Irish Murphy’s Hobart was No 1 in Tasmania.
The Black List is published each month by the Irish Echo.
The Blacklist :: National Top Ten :: April 2019
PJ OBrien’s, Southbank, Melbourne
PJ O’Brien’s, Sydney
Durty Nelly’s, West Perth
The Mercantile Hotel, Sydney
The Drunken Poet, West Melbourne
The Quiet Man, Flemington
Maloney’s Hotel., Sydney
Irish Murphy’s, Brisbane
The Fifth Province, St Kilda
The Woodvale Tavern, Woodvale, WA