Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton last night in the Guinness Storehouse

Last night.

Guinness Storehouse.

Kate and Wills were poured a pint of Guinness, and while William took a generous gulp, his wife has been accused of taking a ‘fake sip.’

Is the future Queen Consort expecting her fourth child?

I’d bet she didn’t even take a mouthful,’ commented one royalist, while another made a VERY telling observation about Kate’s new, short ‘do.

Each time a pregnancy has been announced it was a few weeks after a change in her hairstyle……… just saying.’

Kate Middleton noticeably ‘fake sips’ beer during tour of Ireland (New Ideea)

Last night: A Pint Of Plain

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30 thoughts on “Sip And See

  1. Birdie

    Personally I think it’s pretty pathetic that Guinness gets such publicity anytime a head of state comes to this country. There are plenty of better independent breweries that should get a look in. It’s just lazy event planning.

    1. Optimus Grime

      Agreed they could take them out to Rascals Brewing or somewhere different. What about a distillery either?

      1. Janet, I ate my avatar

        or something that is not an alcohol attraction, we could stop feeding a stereotype that is hardly flattering

      2. f_lawless

        I’d much prefer to see the duchess devouring a bag of Tayto cheese ‘n onion crisps , for example.

          1. Rob_G

            f_lawless takes the old expression: “I wouldn’t kick her out of bed for eating crisps” very literally, indeed.

          2. Ghost of Yep

            Spot on flawless. As an Irish argi co-OP I would much prefer international eyes be on that product. Not to mention it ain’t booze.

          3. f_lawless

            *whips tub of Kerrygold out from behind the pillow and winks at duchess*
            “It’s all-purpose, m’lady”

    2. some old queen

      Diageo is a British company so they are promoting their own products, as the royals always do- and quite well in fairness.

      Guinness is no more Irish than Google.

    1. Cú Chulainn

      I’m with Katherine, I’ll swallow just about anything but Guinness is complete poison. I wouldn’t let that past my lips. Forced yeasts, full of additives. We have to stop promoting it. It’s a throwback to the 1950s..

      1. Optimus Grime

        The ruby red from that patent malt and that creamy nitrogenated head. Care to elaborate on the additives in Guinness? And what in the name of God is a forced yeast? Is that yeast from Star Wars?

        1. italia'90

          It’s a genetically mutated yeast that Guinness hold a patent on, developed over many decades on site in their scientific research building attached to the old Guinness Hospital, across from the church on James’ Street

          Here’s just one example, from the traditional brew process of fining, of an additive most people would be unaware of, and there’s a few more besides ;)

          https://qz.com/972741/guinness-is-eliminating-fish-guts-from-production-to-make-vegan-friendly-stout/

  2. Murtles

    Typical Irish response, she’s not drinking so she must be
    (a) Pregnant
    (b) On antibiotics

  3. Spaghetti Hoop

    The British Embassy, and indeed Buck Palace, know exactly what events, places and charities they want their royals to visit and be photographed at. If it means green gúna with pint of stout to portray the wee Irish and their hospitality, she’ll be made to do it. This is a bit of post-Brexit, pre-trade agreement PR.

    No hurl pic yet?

    1. RidersOnThe Storm

      One has to acquire the taste………………. ;-)

      She’d be sound as a pound after her 2nd Pint of Plain.

  4. V

    Ah now in fairness
    She supped it straight
    When she could have asked for a drop of blackcurrant in it

    Like someone ye know has been known for

  5. Matt Pilates

    She’s dead right – it’s fattening stuff. Look at the wide-angle bottoms in the Stags Head slugging pints.

    Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels – Kate Moss

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