Posts Tagged ‘Guinness’

The Dubliner Gets The Obama Bump

America's "largest purveyor of Guinness stout" earned the endorsement of the world's most powerful politico over the weekend. President Barack Obama popped into at The Dubliner on Capitol Hill for a pint on St. Patrick's Day. Eater DC has some details and quotes from operator Gavin Coleman, who praises the president's support of local restaurants: […]

Eat Your Beer: Bayou Bakery’s Ale-Laden Barbecue Shrimp

Among the many beer-infused dishes that Y&H explored in this week's beer-themed paper, maybe my favorite is chef David Guas' New Orleans-style barbecue shrimp (pictured above), served on special every Friday night at Arlington's Bayou Bakery. I've tried the version at Pearl Dive Oyster Palace in Logan Circle. But with all due respect to Jeff […]

So What in the Name of St. Patrick Are ‘Irish Triplets’?

Carrie and I were baffled by the name "Irish Triplets," which we spotted on Molly Malone's St. Patrick's Day drinks menu this past weekend, though we did have fun speculating on its origins and definition. Carrie figured it was every heterosexual man's fantasy. I figured it was every single man's domestic nightmare. The bartender finally explained that "Irish […]

This Week’s Greatest Hits on the Young & Hungry Blog

Y&H is thrilled to report that Select 55 has been dethroned — by another beer, Guinness, which celebrated a birthday yesterday. Let's raise a glass to Select 55's long run and to the new king of the Y&H blog. This week's most-read posts: Raise a Toast to Guinness' 250th Anniversary Budweiser Launches Select 55, Light […]

Raise a Toast to Guinness’ 250th Anniversary

Two hundred and fifty years ago, Arthur Guinness started brewing beer at the St. James's Gate plant in Dublin, giving life to what is undoubtedly the world's most famous stout. No other beer on earth is as rich with history and blarney as this dark Irish beauty. To celebrate the beer that Cathal Armstrong says tastes […]

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