Bier Garden Girl of August
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Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Corned Beef Brisket
March 15, 2010 – 12:55 PM | No Comment
Corned Beef Brisket

With the approach of March 17th I can’t help but drool about the great Irish beers of the season. Those deep malty ales that grow curly red hairs out of all our chests! If you are Irish you drink them with much joy and tradition. If you are not than that day you wish you were.

Dublin Lawyer
March 8, 2010 – 11:20 AM | One Comment
Dublin Lawyer

I used to know a fish monger who called lobster the cockroaches of the sea. Now that was his personal opinion and I gave him that. Obviously he never had one pan roasted in foamy brown butter with a generous splash of Jameson whiskey and another of cream.

This classic Irish dish is great for the month of March. Always buy your lobsters live and personally I enjoy a smaller, younger crustacean. I feel the meat is sweeter and more tender.

The Red Biddy from Biddy Early Brewery in Ireland is the perfect brew for a rich seafood dish like this. It is sweet and light, for an Irish beer. The red is brewed with chocolate, crystal malts and bog myrtle from the mountains instead of hops for flavor

Happy 250th Anniversary Guinness
May 4, 2009 – 12:01 PM | One Comment
Happy 250th Anniversary Guinness

In 1959, Arthur Guinness bravely signed a 9,000-year lease for an abandoned brewery in Dublin. Here he brewed the first batch of Guinness beer at St. James Gate Brewery in Dublin. It was ten years later, on May 19th, 1969 when Arthur exported his first batch of ale to England.