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Guinness’s advertising campaigns are known throughout the world.
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Take your basic mac and cheese to the next level with Ireland’s favorite, Kerrygold.
Guinness’ trademark forced the Irish government to use a reverse harp as their symbol.
We always knew Guinness was magical, but have you noticed that it actually disobeys the laws of physics?
This decadent fall recipe uses tart apples, Irish whiskey and Kerrygold butter.
A 1916 bottle of Allman’s Bandon Whiskey with an incredible backstory up for auction in April, asking $11,000
A simple, indescribably delicious watercress soup recipe.
Tea, Guinness, Irish whiskey - they all sound good to us!
Just because you aren’t in Ireland doesn’t mean you can’t get a good pint of the black stuff.