This I like. The nose has a biscuit aroma, and is faintly yeasty. It has a coffee bitterness in the mouth. I like it, as do plenty of folks at Beer Advocate. (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.guinness.com/en-us/our-beers/guinness-antwerpen/
It is not too early to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. This roasty brew is 4.3% alcohol and comes to America via Paulaner HP USA. Read more at http://CarlowBrewing.com.
An Irish whiskey aged in about barrels? Makes sense to us. The result is an 80-proof whiskey that is a little sweet and shows notes of coffee and chocolate. (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en-US/ourwhiskeys/jameson-caskmates
Midway through 2015, something remarkable happened in Dublin—a whiskey distillery opened. The city, which is world renowned for its bibacity, had been without an operating distillery since the 1970s. Teeling distillery’s arrival in the city’s ancient Newmarket Square was greeted
Editor’s note: We’re republishing this article from March 2002 because the old copy still gets so much reader traffic. You might be asking yourself, “o.k.- what is it?” Well, the word poteen is a bit like the word “moonshine” in
The winter cold season is upon us, and we are making toddies nightly. A measure of booze, a slice of lemon (pestle it in the booze), some honey, and steaming water atop it. Simple. Some time back, we gave a