Irish Cream Coffee

Irish cream coffee

          •  ¾ oz. of Irish Whiskey (Jameson or Bushmills)

          •  ¾ oz. of Bailey’s

          •  4 oz. of good quality freshly brewed coffee

          •  2 sugar cubes

          •  Heavy cream
          •  Sugar (optional)


First, preheat the glass (pour hot water into the glass and dump out when preheated).  Add the Bailey’s and whiskey into the preheated glass - stir well.  Slowly fill the glass with the four ounces of coffee while stirring.  You can add sugar if you want your coffee sweetened. Slowly, pour the cream over the back of a warm spoon onto the Irish cream coffee mixture. Do not break the surface of the coffee with the whip cream.

Emerald Isle

Emerald Isle drink     


      •  2 1/2 oz. gin
      •  1/2 oz. cream de menthe
      •  3 dashes bitters


Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice cubes.  Shake well.  Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Dublin Green Apple Cocktail

green apple cocktail

     •  2 oz. Irish Whiskey
     •  1 oz. sour apple schnapps
     •  2 oz. white cranberry juice


Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice.  Shake vigorously and strain into a martini glass.  Garnish with fresh apple slice.

Irish car bomb     Irish Car Bomb


        •  Guinness beer
        •  1 oz. Jameson whiskey
        •  1/2 oz. Baileys Irish Cream


Pour a can of Guinness in a pint glass until its about 2/3 full.

Fill a shot glass with Jameson's whiskey and Bailey's Irish cream.

Place the shot glass down in the pint glass of Guinness (get your fingers wet).

Drink the whole thing down in one shot.


   Black and TanBlack and Tan

Pour Harp Lager in a pint glass about half way.

Pour a can of Guinness into the glass slowly over the back of a

spoon until full.

If poured correctly, the Guinness will sit on top of the Harp.




Pint of Guinness                                  GUINNESS

      Flavor and aroma of roasted malt, subtle hint of 
      bitterness and somewhat dry finish.




Murphys beer



       Black with auburn hues. Thick, rich, creamy off white
       head  that 
lasts the entire drinking experience. Nice
       cascading and lacing.




Glass of Caffreys           CAFFREY'S

     Caramel, toffee, and nice light roasted malts come to the
Sweet after-notes of vanilla come through as well.
     Very smooth with
very little to no carbonation.


Pint of Smithwicks            SMITHWICK'S

     Dry grain mixes with a semi muted caramel malt
     background. Some
fruity notes come out as it sits and has
     bread dough around the edges. 
Some faint tannins in the


Harp beer                           HARP

       Flavor of wheat that starts out bitter then mellows to a
refreshing finish.



A glass of Kilkenny                  KILKENNY

      Creamy, bitter and balanced with some maltiness. In a
      word- smooth.