What could be more Celtic in nature than booze? Ok, maybe music, but this
is about booze.
Guinness or Murphy's? Neither. :) Guillespie's Scottish Stout is the
best. I'm a bit biased here, as my fave brewery (Caledonia Brewery)
The best Guinness I ever had was in Dublin. Was it the atmosphere that
mad it so good? I really can't say, all I know is that it was one of the
finest, smoothest pints of beer that I have ever quaffed. I do adore
Murphy's though. I find it to be smoother and creamier than Guinness.
I'm a firm believer that the finest alcoholic beverages are Celtic in
nature and production. (One exception being Winter Ale from Abbott's
Brewery, it may be English, but it's THE finest ale in the world). I'm
lucky enough that I live 2 hours from a magnificent brew-pub that also
does Mead, although nothing can beat hanging with my mates as my fave
Glasgow locals sampling the finest fare available in the Known World.
Anyone up for a chat abotu thier favourite single-malt?
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