Guinness Extra Stout
Let's get the most famous Irish Beer out of the way. You can't go wrong with Guinness. They actually have St. Patrick's day theme gear you can grab here.
"Irish Dry Stout- 5.6% ABV. This beer icon is pitch black in color with roasted malt aromas. It has a rich, creamy mouth feel without being too heavy. The hops provide a nice balance to the malts, allowing a slight sweetness to show on the finish."
Murphy's Irish Stout
"Irish Dry Stout- 4% ABV. With its creamy mouth feel and judicious use of bittering hops, this seems a little like a milk/cream stout. It's black in color with roasted malt aromas and flavors with just a touch of bitter coffee showing on the finish."
O'Hara's Irish Stout
"Irish Dry Stout- 4.3% ABV. The flagship of the O'Hara's brand, this unique Irish Stout brings one back to how Irish stouts used to taste, robust and full bodied."
Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale
"Irish Cream Ale - 4.3% ABV. Has a smooth caramel flavor. Owned by the makers of Guinness. Mild and Creamy!"
Smithwick’s Irish Red
"Irish Red Ale - 4.5% ABV Smithwick's Irish Ale is a copper colored ale with a thick, pillowy head. The aroma is sweet with malty caramel notes. It has a very clean taste with great hop flavors."
Kaliber Non-Alcoholic Beer
"Non-Alcoholic- Euro Pale Lager- Pours a clear golden amber. Aromas of sweet grains, honey, caramel malts and toasted bread. A predominantly sweet taste with a caramel and grain backbone and hints of corn and cooked vegetables. Finishes with a slight bitterness present."
"Euro Pale Lager- 4.5% ABV. 21 IBUs. This golden-amber colored lager offers slightly sweet malt aromas with some floral hop scents. It is medium bodied with a creamy mouth feel, a good anytime lager."
Cheers and Happy St. Patrick's Day!