Discussion in 'General Beer Brewing Discussion' started by johnnie, Mar 17, 2012.
Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone
i'm not Irish, but hope the irish forum members enjoy their day.
... and those who are not Irish but are called Patrick enjoy too :cheers:
30-9, I think there might be a few sorrows to be drowned tonight :lol:
Had a great day with the family which it's all about really, my young lads first Paddy's day.
Well done on the rugby England, better team won. And well done to Wales.
I shall be having a few beverages this evening :cheers:
Well done today England. If only you could play football as well :rofl:
So gracious in defeat!
That looks a nice pint!
How lucky are Guinness?! What other beer is drank heavily by tradition on a national day, celebrated internationally... It should be renamed Guinness Day! :drink:
You mean how lucky are we to have Guinness to celebrate with
If I were Irish, Christian or even called Patrick I still wouldnt have had a Guinness today! (Just spend 8 hours serving them however Â£3.35 a point! )
I met a SE10PAT for a drink on Tuesday in a pub by St Paul's - Â£3.90 a pint for the stuff! Shocking!
It's not luck, just damned good marketing.
I enjoyed a cracking evening in my local working mans club supping the liffey water! A St Patricks Day promotion with Guinness at Â£1.50 a pint, i have never seen so many people drinking the same drink before. :drink:
Apparently there are 10 million glasses of Guinness drunk every day. And there is 1,883,200,000 pints (1.8 billion) sold every year.
Absoloutly love guiness but my god its expensive. Went dublin last october and its even more expensive there. 5 euros a pint in the day and then at about 12 oclock at night they put the prices up to about 7 euros. Was a very expensive weekend lol.
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