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!
Music on the Patio
with Local Jazz & Blues Artists