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World’s End

8/10 What a lovely rich chocolate stout. So smooth! Fair trade cocoa husks. Madagascan vanilla pods…. suitable for aging but do try to drink it before the end of time! 8.5%

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Guinness Foreign Extra

9/10 Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! 🍀 I’ve been saving this beer for months. Ever since I visited St James Gate last year I’ve been looking forward to trying this… super strong Guinness!  Yes my friends, this black stuff is 7.5%!  The bottle has been in the fridge over night so it’s lovely and cold. The… Read more »

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Fionnabhair 

6/10 Irish white beer. Pretty tasty but doesn’t stand up against its Belgian cousins.  Wheat beer is usually quite cloudly. This had a slight fog to it but looked lighter than expected.  The orange and coriander flavours were there though. Very nice.  5%

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Guinness Dublin Porter

5./10 Similar to normal Guinness without the creamy head. Bottle mentions smooth, malty, caramel notes but I couldn’t taste them. 3.8%

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Guinness West Indies Porter

8/10 Wow! Smoother than normal Guinness and without the thick head. It’s a porter (not a stout) and has a hint of chocolate. Actually very nice! With origins in an 1801 entry in their Brewers diaries. This is a complex yet mellow hoppy with notes of toffee and chocolate.  6%

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Guinness

7/10 “Guinness (/ˈɡɪnɨs/ GIN-is) is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725–1803) at St. James’s Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. It is brewed in almost 60 countries and is available in over 120.” Iconic pint. Not as heavy as you think!… Read more »

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Kilkenny

6/10 Decent red Irish ale. Something a bit different to the usual Stouts.