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Good Value Pints 1 year 8 months ago #7

Porterhouse has jumped on the €5 cask wagon. Their new Yippy IPA was tasting great at the weekend in Temple Bar.

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Good Value Pints 1 year 8 months ago #8

Sweetmans porter is good but I inevitably try their seasonal when I'm in there and they haven't blown me away anytime recently.

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Good Value Pints 1 year 8 months ago #9

Being blown away generally costs more than JWS charges.

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Good Value Pints 1 year 8 months ago #10

True, better value to be found in Porterhouse though. Plus Porterhouse do the loyalty card which in effect is a 10% discount on pints.

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Good Value Pints 1 year 8 months ago #11

Shakespeare's own lager (attached to the Korean restaurant called Hophouse on Parnell St.) is a Rye River rebadge, I'm pretty certain.

At €4 a pint, it's in the running for cheapest craft in city centre.

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Good Value Pints 1 year 8 months ago #12

Sounds great, I'll make sure to hop there when I'll be in Dublin, probably in 6 months.
Key question: what kind of luxurious, respectable establishment would you recommend when you're hungry as a wolf after a couple pints and it's already too late for usual restaurants? Do you guys have kebab joints for this like we do on the continent?

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