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What make ye of this? 6 years 10 months ago #7

I'm told the big G is around €5.50 in the same establishment. Pricey but likely to attract more customers.

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What make ye of this? 6 years 10 months ago #8

A non-craft buddy of mine goes to Kelly's with his family regularly and loves the place.
This does seem pricey, but if you're in Kelly's, chances are you're with your family. I'm not one for getting slammed when with family so one or two beers at a premium is fine.

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What make ye of this? 6 years 10 months ago #9

Yet another menu that can't get the naming convention right.

It's Name of Brewery:Name of Beer (:Style, optionally)

Hotels and restaurants have no trouble doing a wine list; why is this so difficult?


I'd nearly pay seven quid a pint just to see this done correctly for once.

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What make ye of this? 6 years 9 months ago #10

I was down there at the end of the summer and actually paid that crazy price for the black stairs ruby red... At that establishment... They all tell me cos its a 4* hotel...That enticed me to find it elsewhere and that I did for 3.25 in the local offie....

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What make ye of this? 6 years 9 months ago #11

It is probably the best Irish ipa I have tasted to date....

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What make ye of this? 6 years 9 months ago #12

It is probably the best Irish ipa I have tasted to date....[/quote:38kguqxt]

Fantastic beer but needs to be re-branded as a different style. It's probably the best non (I)PA brewed in Ireland. Amber Ella and Rustbucket being obvious exceptions.

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