When it comes to Irish beers, the first that comes to mind is probably Guinness. While the stout certainly has a huge presence in its home country, Ireland is actually home to a number of other craft beers as well.
From Imperial IPAs to sours, here are a few of Ireland’s best brews that aren’t the stout you’re accustomed to.
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Even the Irish like a good pumpkin beer, including this Pumpkin Brew by Trouble Brewing.
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Galway Bay's Of Foam and Fury DIPA is one of the highest-rated beers in the country.
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Wunderbar sounds wonderful.
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White Hag's Black Boar is a stout, but the barrel-aged Imperial Stout is very different than your average pint of Guinness.
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At an ABV of just 5%, Porterhouse's Chocolate Truffle Stout is the stuff dreams are made of.
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Eight Degree's Hurricane IPA? Yes, please!
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Franciscan Well's Jameson Stout is aged in Jameson whiskey barrels, another Irish favorite.
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Eight Degrees' Big River Tasmanian IPA is a monster that comes in at just 5.2%.
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More than just stouts, Guinness is actually the brains behind Hop House 13, a lager.
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Metalman Brewery has a car theme.