Raise a glass and impress your friends with your knowledge of this Irish blessing.
What’s are Guinness' ingredients and how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness. Everything you need to know about the iconic Irish stout for St. Patrick's Day.
Guinness, celebrating 200 years in the USA, is giving back this St. Patrick’s Day, paying out for all your Guinness ‘Staches.
St. Patrick's Day is a time to celebrate Ireland and all things Irish. Raise a pint of Guinness, Ireland's most famous beer, with some friends and say a Saint Patrick's Day toast.
Donate to a great cause while you enjoy a pint of Guinness on Saint Patrick’s Day as Guinness donate $1 to every social media post with a #StacheForCharity this March.
Celebrating the marriage of great Irish food and drinks with this St. Patrick's Day Guinness cocktail. Delicious!
Chef Catherine Fulvio's apricot, date and Guinness slices with Guinness cream sauce especially for March 17.
Celebrating 200 years in the United States, Ireland’s iconic stout Guinness is donating $1 to charity for each adult that dons a ‘Stache.
Well here's something you don't see every day! A man at an Irish pub in Italy, possessing what must be astounding core strength, drank an entire pint of Guinness while standing on his head.
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