Beer411's KayTeeStinch hits up the CT Beer Trail...
As the Irish half of Beer411, I thought it was appropriate to weigh in on one of my favorite Irish pints, and remind everyone that while green beer is festive, it still tastes like Budweiser, because it is. It just has green food coloring in it - gross.
Instead, tap into the wealth of the Irish drinking season with a REAL brew from the country; Guinness, Smithwick’s, Murphy’s, Kilkenny or Beamish.
My favorite of late would have to be the Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale. It’s tough to find, but a good Irish pub usually has it on tap. For Instance the Burren in Somerville, where every other person in the bar has a Gaelic accent, is known to pour this from time to time, especially around St. Paddy’s.
This beer has an amazing history and is older than some countries, with a heritage dating back to the fourteenth century. Until recently, a pub in Washington, D.C. was the only place in the US that carried it, thankfully that’s changed.
The beer pours amber red with...