Beer of the Month
Harp, the best selling Irish lager, with its sparkling colour makes it a distinctive, yet approachable import. Harp is made with pure water of the Cooley Mountains, Dundalk, Ireland.
Smithwick's Irish Ale
Dublin, Ireland, 1710
Sweetly roasted malt taste with a rich deep amber colour.
Camelot Amber Ale
A distinclty unique “real Ale” with very smooth, rich flavor and a hint of fruit. The result of careful, double fermentation in the keg from which it is served.
Boddingtons Pub Ale
Boddingtons has a distinctive straw-golden coloured body with a creamy white head, which is achieved by the addition of nitrogen.
1066 Pale Ale
Started in 1759 by Arthur Guinness.
Bass Pale Ale
The Bass Brewery was founded in 1777 by William Bass in Burton-on-Trent, England.
Samuel Smith's Pear Cider
Dry, sparkling pear cider with clear pale straw colour, smooth body, crisp but rich flavour of ripe pears, and the appealing aroma of a summer pear orchard.
Newcastle Brown Ale
Strongbow Dry Cider
Magners Irish Cider
Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale
Samuel Smith Pure Brewed Organic Lager Beer
Pub Beer Blends
Black & Tan
Half Bass Ale and Half Guinness
Half & Half
Half Harp and Half Guinness
Half Boddingtons and Half Guinness
Half Boddingtons and Half Bass Ale
Half Cider and Half Guinness
Half Harp and Half Bass Ale
Half 7UP and Half Harp
Half Cider and Half Harp
Half Smithwicks and Half Guinness
Cider & Black
Cider w/shot of Ribena