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Tag: Ireland

Where to Drink in Belfast, Northern Ireland Destinations by

When it comes to beer, Northern Ireland’s capital city embraces both tradition and innovation, with centuries-old pubs alongside boundary-pushing young microbreweries.

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Heineken beer mislabeled as local craft brands in Ireland; Tree House Brewing secures $7.7 million bond for new brewhouse; Colorado breweries reunite under state brewers guild; AB InBev-SABMiller merger official; and Kirin buys minority stake in Brooklyn Brewery.

The Truth About English Stout History by the Glass by

It’s clear that Guinness, although popular, was far from dominant in the British Stout market. And there were many Stouts not just as dry as Guinness, but far drier.

Galway Bay Brewery: Pushing the Boundaries of Irish Beer From the Source by

Since 2009 Galway Bay has grown from supplying one bar with two beers to supplying nine bars in Galway and Dublin. Much of this success can be traced back to 2012, when the partners hired a 21-year-old biotechnology graduate with no professional brewing experience.

Irish Stout-Inspired Desserts Cooking with Beer by

These three base recipes—Chocolate Irish Stout Cake, Bailey’s Irish Cream Pastry Cream and a Smoked Salted Caramel Sauce with Irish Whiskey—can be used interchangeably to create a multitude of dessert options.

St. Patrick’s Pah-ty Party-Gyle by

Remember the feeling in grade school that you weren’t really allowed to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day if you weren’t Irish? Now that you’ve grown, you can absolutely get down with the true spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, and you don’t even have to wear green. It’s a holiday devoted to drinking, as we all know now.

Beyond Corned Beef & Cabbage Cooking with Beer by

The food of Ireland is of simple origins. Most dishes are made with very fresh vegetables and meats, seasoned with salt and pepper. The recipes in this article pay homage to the Old World recipes of the Republic of Ireland, but with a modern twist.

Dublin, Ireland Destinations by

At the time of ’ founding in 1759, Dublin boasted dozens of breweries; but, as far as we know, by 1949, the Stout brewers at St. James’ Gate were the only brewers in town. In the past few decades (but especially the past few years), the Emerald Isle’s beer lovers have witnessed remarkable growth in

Irish Porter History by the Glass by

The evolution and slow divergence of Irish Porter from the London original is a story that’s been repeated across the world. Displace a beer and, like a plant, it will adapt to its new environment.

Irish Stout: The Product of Evolution Style Profile by

Over 250 years, Dublin’s famous Stout has evolved and morphed so many times, it’s impossible to get a handle on the ale.

Irish Red Ale: Neither Hoppy Nor Malty Style Profile by

Irish Red Ale is a style without any real edges. It is neither hoppy nor particularly malty. It is satisfying, not provocative.

Celtic Cuisine Cooking with Beer by

March tends to lend itself to classic Irish pub fare with the ever-so-popular St. Patrick’s Day. Here are a few creations that provide a little change from the classic corned beef and cabbage dish.

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Possible Guinness relocation; InBev plans price hikes; Goose Island to close flagship pub; Denver’s first Mexican-style craft beers; Magic Hat to purchase Pyramid; and European beer drinking analyzed.

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Grolsch swings to SABMiller, Widmer and Redhook to merge, Canadians’ outdated beer fridges, “Dublin Beer Bandit” at large, and a new beer allegedly reaches 20 percent ABV.

Beer: A Beacon of Light in the Dark Ages Feature by

People in this day and age don’t really know much about the Dark Ages… one of the main reasons this period in European history is referred to as “dark.” For the evolution of beer, however, this era was anything but dark.