To All The Beers I’ve Loved Before…

A while back I wrote a very, very brief post about some craft beers I’d tried and liked. I’d be no good at actually telling you what they were like, I just took pictures of the labels and stuck them out there…

It’s been a while so here’s is more of the same. Mostly Irish, all worth your time:

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The last one is draft, as you can see. Tried it on a trip to DNS, swung by Mulligan’s in Stoneybatter. Lovely spot, many, many craft beers on tap and not a tap with Guinness, Heineken or Carlsberg in sight.

Brave. Liked it.

Same deal as last time –  anything else you think is worth a go? Drop me a comment, tweet @rickoshea or mail

One thought on “To All The Beers I’ve Loved Before…

  1. I can highly recommend Red Hook Copperhook.
    Great with chicken, good company and good conversation.
    Available in Supervalu/Superquinn and McHughs. Worth every cent of the €2.99 per bottle price tag

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