Posts Tagged ‘Guinness’

By Mark Keane No resting on our laurels here at Menupages. This St. Patrick’s Bite-Sized news of the week has beer and cocktail recommendations and gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “Don’t piss in my cornflakes”!   Porterhouse Chocolate Truffle Stout All rights reserved Chocolate lovers can rejoice as Porterhouse has...

By Mark Keane Fancy celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in true Irish style, then you need to pay a visit to The Irish Beer and Whiskey Village in the RDS. Its doors open at Wednesday 5pm and close on Saturday at 11:30pm, giving the hordes of overseas visitors a chance to partake in the best of Irish beer, distilling, cider...

By Mark Keane With the days being counted down to St. Patrick’s Day, Roz Purcell and The Marker Hotel on Grand Canal Square started the celebrations by turning the hotels iconic chalkboard-style building into a sea of green. The lights were officially turned on today, turning the renowned hotel into a beacon for St....

By Mark Keane There’s long been talk among beer lovers about Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, a beer that was once brewed solely for foreign markets, which would amaze you if you could get your hands on it. Guinness, seeing peoples growing demand for beer, and the huge success of new beers like Hop 13 and the Dublin and...

  Text and Photos by Manon Gustave If you needed any further proof of Dublin’s ever-evolving restaurant renaissance, Camden Street is it.  Between Kebabs, Bib Gourmanders,  pizzerias and hipster-burger joints appears the always popular Frite Haus. The friendly Frite Haus team offer many Belgian edible delights and...

By Manon Gustave Guinness opened to the public today its first experimental Brewery called “Open Gate Brewery”. Professionals will reveal a selection of new Guinness beers from around the World, organise tasting of the great classics of the brand, and add a few comments and some advice too… An interesting programme that...

By Manon Gustave These last weeks were full of events and twists. That’s why we decided to recap a few news stories that may have passed you by! Here is our Crisp news to take away:  A new recipe for a Cadbury’s chocolate bar of 90 years old The famous sweets brand decided to change its famous Fruit & Nuts’...

 By Lynn Kuehner The Guinness Jazz Festival turns Cork into the Irish-New Orleans this weekend! Jazz-lovers can expect more than 800 hours of performance by more than 1000 musicians during the weekend in over 100 Pubs all over Cork! Doesn’t that sound good already? While you listen to lovely Jazz sounds, go on a music...

My first food memory? My Granny’s Coffee and walnut cake.  She was a wonderful artist too, she did Illustrations for the Cuala press and a book of Poems by WB Yeats. She really influenced and encouraged me to go to art college as she went all the way back in the 1920s Best local area for restaurants? I live on the...