Irish stout and Irish whiskey combine harmoniously in this rich but balanced flip.
Full-bodied stout and delicate dry sparkling wine are an unlikely combination but this classic has stood the test of time. Some may wish to add a barspoon
Smells of sticking plasters and uses Feijoa and Guinness. Only a Kiwi could create such a drink. Give it a try, it's not as crazy as it sounds.
In a similar style to an Espresso Martini but with very different ingredients including Guinness stout and coffee liqueur in place of espresso coffee.
Created in 2015 by Chris Strong, The Luggage Room, London, England.
A layered drink with pale ale (or lager) downstairs and stout upstairs. If poured correctly these two beers make a perfect black and tan layer in the glass.
Cider downstairs, Guinness upstairs
Better than your average lager shandy.
Something of a student drink, this tastes better than it sounds.
This student-style drink will appeal to those with youthful exuberance and a sweet tooth.
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Tony Barry says of his drink, “A ‘hug from Mary’ is a hospitality ritual among the bartenders of Cork. Mary is owner, bartender & host of the oldest
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