The Irish are making some great beer and it’s worth checking out what they have to offer.
Here are a few things to look out for when you go drinking with the Irish.
Irish beers and what they’re good forYou don’t need to be Irish to enjoy Irish beer.
A lot of the great Irish beers have a history that goes back centuries, and Irish beer can be found all over Ireland.
But if you’re into Irish beers, you may want to check out these beers to make sure you’re getting the best of both worlds.
The best Irish beer:Irish lagerThe most popular beer in Ireland is lager.
This is brewed with malted barley and malt, and it has a distinctive, dry finish.
The flavor and aroma of lager varies from brewery to brewery, but a few of the best are brewed with roasted barley, and this is the malt used for the beer’s hop additions.
A good lager beer also has a light, sweet maltiness that pairs well with hops.
The best lager beers are also brewed with the hop additions that Irish beer uses, and you’ll find a lot of different types of hops used in Irish beer, so you can mix and match any two types of hop and you should be able to find a variety of different Irish beers.
The beer also tends to have a sweet, slightly sour finish, and can be enjoyed on its own or with a little extra malt.
Irish lagers have a distinct character and taste.
This doesn’t mean the beer has to be dry or sweet, but it will definitely have a strong citrus flavor.
The beer also gets a little bit of a maltiness, which can make it a bit more interesting if you like a slightly maltier beer.
Irish beer has a lot going for it, and a lot to recommend.
If you want to find out more about Irish beer and the beers you should drink with the people who make it, I recommend this book.