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  • EastStand said:

    Does anyone know where I can get a pint of Fanciscan Well stout in the city?

    Old Dispensary in Camberwell used to but stopped doing it. Can't drink Guinness cos of the isinglass :/

    http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/news/guinness-to-become-vegan-friendly-as-fish-bladder-isinglass-filtration-process-ditched-after-256-a6717526.html

    guinness have removed isinglass
    Not yet. They still haven't announced the change has been made.
  • I do like a Guinness.

    Enough to qualify?
  • Fermanagh and Mayo (not the condiment kind)
  • Other half is from Dublin, and I have Irish traveller blood
  • Davo55 said:

    I do like a Guinness.

    Enough to qualify?

    Like wise - good excuse to sink a couple today !

  • Mother, Bailieboro Co Cavan Ulster.
    Father, Ballyjamesduff Co Cavan Ulster.
    Me now, Baltimore Co Cork Munster.
    Still an Ulster fan & always will be.
    SUFTUM!

    Happy St Patrick's Day ya bunch of savages ya!

    Spent a week diving in Baltimore about 18 years ago. Brilliant place with great food.
  • I doubt it's changed much.
    We have a holiday cottage if you ever want to come back & see.
  • My Grandad was from near Dungannon.
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  • My father's side of the family hail from a place about 110 miles from Dublin - Aberystwyth.

    You can have a guinness but only if you draw a leak in the head.
  • Swinford in Mayo
  • EastStand said:

    My father's side of the family hail from a place about 110 miles from Dublin - Aberystwyth.

    You can have a guinness but only if you draw a leak in the head.
    a leak in the head? Try a tap on it.
  • 3 Guinness down over lunch while watching the start of the racing. Now if that's not Irish I don't know what is.
  • Willing to stand corrected but so far I make it 22 out of 32 counties represented.

    So, come on in:
    Armagh
    Carlow
    Donegal
    Kilkenny
    Laois
    Longford
    Louth
    Offaly
    Waterford
    Westmeath
  • Can help you with Longford, few miles outside of Arva. Also Tipperary, Carrick-On-Suir.
  • Kiely#1 said:

    Can help you with Longford, few miles outside of Arva. Also Tipperary, Carrick-On-Suir.

    For a moment I thought you were Deano, claiming Kilkenny!
  • Kiely#1 said:

    Can help you with Longford, few miles outside of Arva. Also Tipperary, Carrick-On-Suir.

    For a moment I thought you were Deano, claiming Kilkenny!
    Nope, on this occasion Tipperary and Carrick-on-Suir on behalf of Olympic Champion Thomas Kiely! On every other occasion it's Deano number 1.

  • Kiely#1 said:

    Can help you with Longford, few miles outside of Arva. Also Tipperary, Carrick-On-Suir.

    Played GAA in Carrick-On-Suir, many moons ago, had a couple of great days there and in Carrickbeg across the bridge in Waterford.

  • Mum (Gortnahoe) and all her side of the family are Tipperary & Da is Antrim (West Belfast). His family originally from Cavan and Monaghan.

    Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Duit! ☘️
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  • There's a lot of Irish descent on this site :smiley:


    Irish blood, English heart, this I'm made of
    There is no one on earth I'm afraid of
    And no regime can buy or sell me
  • I discovered recently that I'm 31% Irish. I hope that's enough to celebrate St Patrick's day.
  • JamesSeed said:

    I discovered recently that I'm 31% Irish. I hope that's enough to celebrate St Patrick's day.

    Easily. 1% qualifies.
  • There is only one county in Ireland: Cork. The rest are regions of Cork.
  • edited March 2017
    Enjoying some lovely vegan Irish craft beers at the Dog and Bell St Patricks beer festival.
    Slainte!

    Corcaigh really?
  • I didn't really need to know the beers were vegan.
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