David F writes:
Saw this in the Swan Centre in Rathmines [Dublin 6]. Guinness baffled by the idea of women in the workforce…
Jamie Brennan writes:
Fire at Guinness….
Many thanks to @U2 for the “Welcome to Dublin” case of Guiness! The only thing I miss about being sober. iiii]; )’
— Slash (@Slash) November 11, 2014
Slash, clean for more years than he can remember, played with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators in
The Point 3 Arena last night (above).
St James’s Gate, Dublin this morning.
Ruairi Burns writes:
“Waiting for a tourist to sit down any moment now. Expect a Trip Advisor review….”
It’s French innit.
Spotted in Port
aobello, Dublin this afternoon.
Spilt ‘claret‘ (bottom right).
Thanks David Ahern
Tesco, Baggot Street, Dublin.
Aidan Sweeney writes:
“€2 for a FREE Guinness pint glass, a bargain! “
They said it shouldn’t be done again.
They might have been WRONG.
“The Blonde American Lager is nothing like the Guinness you know, but also strangely similar somehow.
Crisp. The Blonde American Lager is super refreshing in all the ways a stout can’t be. For one thing, it actually feels cold — something Draught barely ever does, to me — and it bites with a little citrus on the way down.
“Fast”. That’s how master brewer Joe Gruss describes the Blonde’s finish. He means the aftertaste vanishes almost immediately, leaving your palate clean for the next sip. After a bunch of “next sips”, I humbly concur. The man’s a wizard.
Guinness-ness. It’s odd, but in each sip of Blonde, there did seem to be an echo of that wholesome taste Draught is known for. Gruss calls that “Guinness-ness”. Blonde’s finish, he says, is “biscuity”. Unfortunately that doesn’t mean you get a biscuit every time you finish one. Go ahead and grab another beer instead….”
Thanks Barry H