Ronald Reagan lifts a pint during a trip to Ireland in 1983. During that trip, the president and his wife Nancy
visited the ancestral home of the Reagan clan, Ballyporeen, where the proprietors of O'Farrell's Pub had named a room, the Ronald Reagan Salon. Later they renamed the entire place after the president. In 2004, after Reagan's death, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library purchased the bar and all its fixtures and had it shipped off to Simi Valley, California, where the Ronald Reagan pub now stands. Sadly, the pub's draughts now flow with water, not beer.