Craving for the rich, velvety taste of stout beer or just want to join in the fun by drinking green beer?
You’re not the only one. In 2008. the Irish beer market raked in $3.78 billion in total revenues, according to Ireland Industry Guide and it’s growing.
It probably reached a peak on St. Patrick’s Day, a day to celebrate the Irishness in all immigrants. One in 10 Americans report their origins from Ireland, according to 2000 Census count. In 2010, that count will definitely increase in numbers.
Irish beer is defined as brewed in Ireland. The taste range from strong, rich just for sipping to light and crisp for quenching the thirst.
Need an Irish beer in Colorado? Here are places around Denver and its surrounding suburbs:
- Katie McMullen’s
- Patrick Carroll’s
- Irish Snug
Interested in reading more about international libations? Check out these stories about drinking around the world or the mecca of stout beers. Interested about Ireland, check out these stories about Pavee Point or graduate students invading Ireland or Irish cuisine.
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