Visiting a traditional Irish pub can be a great way to unwind with your friends and loved ones. Many people do not know which pubs are best for them and where to find the bar that is perfect for a nice evening out. No matter where you happen to be living or visiting, the Internet is truly the best resource you have when it comes to finding an authentic Irish pub. You should do your research Read the rest of this entry »
While the game of baseball is fun and wholesome entertainment when played on a field, the pub version of this revered pastime is a dangerously fun way to blow off some steam. Using a few simple materials and copious amounts of beer, “Baseball” provides hours of entertainment for a crowd of six or more. The game is played with shot glasses, but too much alcohol is consumed to play with hard liquor.
-Four shot glasses.
How to Play
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Three Of The Best Irish Lagers
Harp Lager is a refreshingly smooth and full bodied lager. Harp has reached a large popularity level in the United States. Harp is known for it’s classic smooth taste and has become a favorite summer drink in many regions of the world. The first sips of this beer are known to be bitter but then the taste is refined into a relaxing and refreshing quality of taste.
Kinsale Irish Lager has Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re the owner of your own pub, you may already know how much work is involved when it comes to decorating and setting up the place. Between finding the best furniture, nice pictures to hang and creating an overall comfortable atmosphere, there is a lot to consider.
Now, if you’re trying to find the best beer glasses for your pub, here are some tips you may want to consider before you make any purchases:
Consider the size: Be sure to think about how large you want your Read the rest of this entry »
There are a lot of hand crafted beers from Ireland. The first Irish hand crafted beer is Guinness Draught. The beer is made with roasted malt chocolate. Therefore, the beer is very bitter and it will leave an after taste in your mouth. It does not bubble as much as the other beers so it can taste a little more flat. The second Irish hand crafted beer is Harp Lager. It is not very well known for the people who do know about it loves its taste Read the rest of this entry »
The Real History Behind Guinness Beer
Arthur Guiness was the name, Guinness Beer was his gain. In 1759, Athur Guiness traveled through the gate of an ill-equipped old brewery, which was located on a small strip along James Street, in Dublin. Her signed a lease for 45 pounds per assum. His friends and family thought he was crazy to buy such a property, since beer wasn’t very popular during that time to begin with. Even so, Arthur Guinness took his chances. He had to first decide if Read the rest of this entry »
When you move there are a few things you’ve got to consider: who are the internet service providers in my area, what’s the school district like and of course, where’s the nearest Irish bar? If you’re trying to pick a new favorite night spot, look for the following:
What’s their beer selection like: Perhaps the most important criteria, the beer at your local watering hole is the number one thing you’ve got to take note of. If Read the rest of this entry »
Nothing ruins a fun weekend faster than waking up with a hangover. Fortunately, it is possible to enjoy a night out and not wake up in pain and discomfort by following these five ways to avoid a hangover.
Staying hydrated is a key to avoiding a hangover. Alternate alcoholic drinks with glasses of water throughout the night and drink one last glassful before going to bed.
Drinking on an empty stomach is a sure way to wake up in pain. Avoid greasy bar food Read the rest of this entry »
Ireland is famous for its beer. To make great beer you have to great breweries. Ireland is no exception. The countryside is littered with breweries and micro breweries. Any visit to the Emerald Isle should include a stop at at least a few of these breweries.
1)The Franciscan Well Brewery est 1998 Cork, Ireland
A relatively new brewery in Ireland, this micro brewery produces an excellent variety of brews from the standard stout, ale, and irish red to more unique seasonal brews. There beers are 100 additive free.
2)Great Northern Brewery est 1897 Dundalk, Ireland
This Read the rest of this entry »
The Irish Pub is a place where the general public could enter and enjoy themselves without the need to be members. For ages the Pub (which stands for Public House) has been a place where the poor and working class have gone to enjoy camraderie, ales, and a good time.
In the beginning of the 19th century, the English banned pubs and made it illegal to erect one, or frequent one. It is this legislation which flourished the Irish Pub. They began to show up everywhere as a sort of Read the rest of this entry »