Special St. Patrick’s Irish Tasting

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  • March 15, 2019
    4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Beer at Cellar Temperature vs. Refrigerated
In the U.S. we prefer our beer to be refrigerated, in the mid- to upper-30s (Fahrenheit). But, in Ireland and all of the U.K., beer is served at “cellar” temperature of about 50-55 degrees. Have you ever directly compared to see difference and find out which you might prefer? Now’s your chance.

Using two iconic Irish brews, Guinness and Harp Lager, our own beermeister Jordon will have samples of each at each temperature so you can directly compare.

Nitrogenated or Carbonated?
Plus, Jordon has prepared a special comparison of nitrogenated and regular carbonated beers for you to see if you can tell the difference.

On top of all that, we’ll get to try the newly arrived Smithwick’s Irish Red Ale.

Don’t Forget the Whiskey!
No Irish celebration would be complete without a tasting of Irish Whiskey. Bridging the gap from beer to whiskey, we’ll be tasting Innis and Gunn Irish Whiskey Barrel Aged stout and the whiskey/beer cross of Jameson Cask Mates “Stout” edition. Then, it’s on to pure Irish Whiskey with a tasting of Proper Twelve from the UFC’s legendary smack talker, Conor McGregor.

Cream Goodness
Rounding out all these fabulous beverages is the amazing “The Irishman” Irish Cream. Now, everybody knows and appreciates Baileys, but The Irishman is a step above, which you’ll see as we pour samples of this delightful cream liquor.

See You There!
Even if you’ve only got a bit o’ the Irish in your blood, or if you simply enjoy the heavenly nectars from the Emerald Isle, this is one free tasting that’s sure to be a hit. Note also that we’ve extended the hours of our normal tasting to make it easier for you to attend.

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