Guinness Storehouse is about more than the world’s most famous beer and being the most visited tourist attraction in Ireland, it is also about enjoying fun times with friends and family, a pint and some great food!

Every year, the Guinness Storehouse food experience, fronted by Executive Head Chef Justin O’Connor, allows the creative culinary team to innovate, experiment and push the boundaries even further. The dishes below were created to showcase the complex and distinctive flavors of the beer and were exclusively available at Guinness Storehouse for St. Patrick’s Day 2017 and now you can enjoy them at home.

So, if you’re having a garden party this summer or trying to come up with some original canapes for an evening party why not whip up a few batches of these conversation starters. They’ll definitely get the party started and, on top of that, they’re delicious.

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Guinness Storehouse beef daube bonbons

Guinness Storehouse beef daube bonbons.

Guinness Storehouse beef daube bonbons.


- Beef cheeks (approx. 1 ½ kg)

- Beef stock

- Rosemary/thyme

- 1 325ml bottle of Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

- 2 bay leaves

- 2 tbsp. of tomato puree

- 2 cloves of garlic • 1 diced red chili

- 1 onion finely diced

- Bunch coriander


- Trim the beef so that all the fat is removed

- In a hot pan, seal the beef well on all sides-

- Place the beef into a deep pot with the beef stock with all the other ingredients and slow cook for 4 hours or until the beef is tender

- When the beef has cooked, take it out of the stock and keep warm

- In a pan sweat off the onion, garlic and chili before adding to the beef

- Add the chopped coriander and mix together. Correct the seasoning

- Roll into mini balls and coat them with bread crumbs before leaving to set in the fridge for 23 hours

-  Deep fry at 170C for 2-3 minutes and serve

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Guinness Storehouse pigs in blanket

Guinness Storehouse pigs in blanket.

Guinness Storehouse pigs in blanket.


- 1kg of sausage meat with chili

- 1 sheet of puff pastry

- 1 egg

- Tbsp. cream

- 50g sesame seeds

- 20g poppy seeds

- Rock salt to sprinkle


- Place the pastry flat on a table and pipe the sausage meat onto the pastry, leaving space to wrap the pastry over the meat

- Fold the pastry around the sausage meat to form the roll

- Cut the sausage roll to the size you want and egg wash the top with the egg and cream

- Sprinkle on the sesame seeds, poppy seeds & rock salt

- Bake for 12-15 minutes at 200C until golden brown

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