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Second Sin has several spring brews: Home Phield Advantage & Lil’ Slugger Release, a DDH NEIPA brewed with Citra and Centennial is perfect for watching the start of another championship season; Paid Advertisement Release, a kettle-soured beer brewed with lactose and refermented with hundreds of pounds of mangoes and peaches, before a period conditioning on Madagascar vanilla beans. Tons of flaked oats and wheat in the mash contribute to a silky smooth bodied beer that is tart, sweet, and fruity; and The Pink One, a kettle-soured beer with Hibiscus and dry hopped with Citra Cryo. The beer pours with a bright pink color from the hibiscus, and the flavor is tart with floral and berry notes, finishing with underlying citrus from the dry hop. The Proper Brewing Co. Fuck it Let’s drink beer beach shorts Try Blondie Bree, a proper easy drinking staple ale with a nice subtle sweetness, yet is dry, refreshing and finished with a Kolsch yeast that really brings great flavor.Tower Hill Brewery We know everyone gets a little bitter during the holidays so why not have a beer to match the attitude. The Special Bitter is a traditional English pub ale with a smooth caramel flavor balanced with Noble hops. Two Rivers Brewing Co. Blood Orange/Mango Dutchtown Smoothie is a soft and hazy DIPA is brewed with copious amounts of lactose, Mango and Blood Orange puree, and a touch of vanilla. Double dry hopped with Citra and El Dorado. Flavors of tropical smoothie, marshmallows, and orange Julius. Vault Brewing Co. Get your vitamin C fix with Orange Drips, a new seasonal brew is a Citra Orange and Tangerine Puree with Madagascar Vanilla. Warwick Farm Brewing The Lemon Shandy is finally back! Look no further for the perfect summer beer! This is a clean German lager beer mixed with Warwick Farm Brewing’s favorite lemonade.
IT MIGHT still be a while before we’re back in crowded bars, dancing along to whatever trad band or DJ is playing that night.
But we are getting closer — and outdoor hospitality will certainly be back before too long. Ireland’s weather is notoriously unreliable (see: wet and windy), but publicans across the Emerald Isle can boast some of the best beer gardens and outdoor spaces in the world, thanks in part to Ireland being the first country to ban smoking indoors and business owners getting creative with how to keep smokers happy. As the government hints that outdoor food and drink could return as early as next month, here’s a handy little list about Ireland’s best beer gardens, to prepare for the summer ahead — Fuck it Let’s drink beer beach shorts here’s hoping for great weather! An Pucán, Galway city An essential stop for a night out in Galway city, An Púcán stuns with a spacious beer garden, pretty lights and great food — and drink. 101 O’Connell Street, Limerick city A relatively new bar, 101 O’Connell Street opened in Limerick in 2017 and became an instant hit, thanks to its delicious cocktails and Tikki garden bar which stretches far out the back of the establishment. The Deep South, Cork city One of the best ways to spend a sunny day in Cork, The Deep South may look small and unassuming from the outside, but inside is a different world — especially the massive beer garden found out the back. Sammy’s Bar, Inch County Kerry It’s a bar. On a sandy beach. With the sound of the waves in your ears and the sun in your eyes, and great food and drink to boot. Get the sun cream ready! Carroll’s, Galway city Carroll’s has long been a favourite of Galway locals, but a few years ago it got a complete revamp, and the outside space was transformed into a fantastic sun trap, with a bus selling delicious pizza — and heated seats for colder nights. Gings Bar, Carrick-on-Shannon There’s nothing like enjoying a cold beer on a warm day, watching the sun sparkle on the water — you can find all this and more in Gings Bar, Carrick-on-Shannon in Leitrim. The Curragower Bar, Limerick Sunshine? Check. Cold pint? Check. Fuck it Let’s drink beer beach shorts A view of one of Ireland’s most famous and beautiful castles standing proudly across the River Shannon? Check. Haddington House, Dun Laoghaire
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