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
Created in 2015 by Chris Strong, The Luggage Room, London, England.
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.
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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