People in Ireland will tell you: It’s not as easy as it looks. Sure, most people think pouring Guinness calls for a 2-part pour (the first to settle, the second to top it off). But in reality, it’s so much more than that. Pouring a Guinness involves a precise process to achieve a settled heavy mass of velvet black beer under a smooth, creamy white head that sits just above the lip of the pint glass. In other words, pouring Guinness -- the right way -- is an art. We wanted to learn "the right way" so we visited Ireland and went to the Guinness factory and learned from their expert brew masters!
St. Practice Day!
St. PADDY'S Day! Food, Music and
Fun starting at 8am!
Music on the Patio
with Local Jazz & Blues Artists