Is St Patrick's Day all about the Guinness? Probably, but t'befair the British invented the black stuff (porters and stouts) way before Mr Arthur Guinness started churning out barrel upon barrel of his highly marketed dry stout. Luckily we are seeing somewhat of a resurgence in stouts and porters being brewed across the UK now. Surely this is the real reason to be celebrating? Not convinced? Ok, well come down to taste some independently brewed stouts and have a good craic! We may even throw in a bit of Guinness purely for historical and tasting interest. All gingers and plastic paddies welcome. Wearing green encouraged, bring shamrocks, oversized hats and your best Irish accents. Everyone's Irish on 17th March
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A really good evening!
dancall attended in April 2014,
reviewed on 6 April 2014
This was my first night at an Indie Ales event, and I really loved it. Charlie talked us through a collection of different stouts, all chosen to provide an innovative and imaginative way of doing St Patrick's Day, and talked to us abut them before tasting.
We were introduced to some great beers - for example I hadn't tried any Beavertown beers before - and the group got on like a house after a few drinks.
Overall a very fun, and very professionally run event. A great way to learn about beer, meet some nice people, and spend a fun night.