Licensed Vintners Association
The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) is the trade association and representative body for the publicans of Dublin. Established in 1817, the LVA is over 200 years old, making it oldest trade association in Ireland.
The LVA is a membership-based organisation and is funded by membership subscriptions.
With approximately 600 members, including some of the most successful and visionary publicans in the country, collectively the LVA represent over 75% of all pubs in Dublin and Bray. LVA members collectively sell more than a quarter of all the alcohol sold through the licensed trade in Ireland and play a pivotal role in the business, social and cultural life of our capital city.
(Licensed Vintners Association, ireland, 2021)Any pub or nightclub seeking to open late must pay Government additional €410 per night.
(Licensed Vintners Association, ireland, 2021)Publican representatives have welcomed the Government announcement that pubs will reopen on 20th July, three weeks earlier than originally planned and that pubs who serve food can reopen at the same time as the rest of the ...
(Licensed Vintners Association, ireland, 2021)The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) says the success of the vaccine rollout should facilitate the resumption of indoor hospitality by the 1st July at the latest. That date provides for up to another five full weeks to ...