When someone looks at you and says, “Pint?” this is the pint they’re talking about. If you want something else, you’ll have to specify. It’s rich, it’s creamy, and it’s black (well, actually, if you look closely, Guinness is ruby red in color but don’t tell anyone!).
At only 125 calories per 12 oz. serving, Guinness Draught is silky-smooth with roasted malt and coffee flavors, balanced out by subtle hop flavors. It pours a beautiful brown color with a creamy tan head.
Guinness Extra Stout
One of the most famous drinks to come out of Ireland, this dark stout has aromas of roasted malt with a rich, creamy texture. The hops balance out the malt, producing a slight sweetness on the smooth finish.
Killian's Irish Red Lager
Made using the original family recipe that dates back to 1864 and brewed using only pure spring water, this authentic Irish lager is rich and malty, with tasty notes of caramel.
Smithwick's Irish Red Ale
Smithwick's, which dates back to as early as 1710, calls this beer Ireland's "most loved ale."
Smithwick’s is a thick, copper-colored ale with sweet, malty caramel and toffee notes. It has subtle hop flavors that won’t overpower anything you pair it with.
This pilsner-style lager is a true crowd-pleaser. Light and hoppy but not overly bitter, it's perfect for sipping on a back porch in warm weather.
Great lakes Brewing Conway’s Irish Ale
When a beer is named for the co-owner’s grandfather, and a policeman at that, you know it’s got a lot to live up to. Such is the case with Conway’s Irish Ale from Midwest favorite Great Lakes Brewing, and we think it more than does the job. Great Lakes Brewing says this beer pairs best with staples like stew and corned beef, so your St. Paddy’s Day shopping is nearly complete.
Southern Tier Irish Cream Stout
Raise a pint to good fortune with the deliciously lucky Irish Cream Stout. This Irish cocktail-inspired Stout features hearty dark malts with a subtle balance of hops to create a dark ale of comfort with a sure-fire salute to the famous spirit. Sláinte!
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