O’Connell’s Irish Bar

Lo and behold our tasty beers:

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Ireland

Guinness

The world’s most popular stout!
Guinness Brewery, 4.5%

Kilkenny

A creamy smooth red ale
Guinness Brewery, 4.3%

Porterhouse Red Ale

A great Irish red ale that isn’t heavy on sweetness, instead offering up hops with a side of biscuity malts.

Porterhouse brewery, 4.2%

Temple Lager

This easy to drink, Dublin beer was the original lager of Temple Bar.  True to the style, Hallertau hops work wonders with malted Irish barley to create a genuine Irish lager that has – unexpectedly for some, perhaps – genuine flavour.

Porterhouse brewery, 4.2%

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Finland

Original Lapland Lager

Original 1964 Lager is made in accordance with the recipe for the original Tornio gold medal beer. It is an all-malt, soft and lightly crispy, filtered bottom-fermented beer rich in taste and flavor. The quality is guaranteed by brewmaster Leo Andelin, who created the recipe in the early 1960s.

Tornion Panimo, 5,2%

Karhu III

King of the Finnish forests and now, king of the lagers; this is Bear beer!
Sinebrychoff, 4.7%

Belgium

Hoegaarden

First brewed in 1445 Hoegaarden is a witbier and is spiced with coriander and orange peel. It is unfiltered and therefore has a cloudy appearance.

Hoegaarden, 4,9%

Canada

Guava Gose

Summery, refreshing  Gose with guava puree and a hint of Himalayan rock salt.

Collective Arts, 4,9%

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Czech Republic

Litovel Dark

A caramel-colored lager with rich foam and scent of coffee, caramel and hops. The delicate, naturally acting cress develops a balanced, gentle caramel flavor, obtained from roasted caramel and Bavarian malt.

Litovel, 4.8%

England

London Pride

The outstanding bitter from one of London’s finest!
Fuller’s, 4.1%

Netherlands

High on Vitamin Sea

Imperial baltic oyster porter brewed with 70 kg of Fresh oysters.

Kees / Af Brew, 11,8%

La Trappe Tripel

Classic and powerful Trappist ale. Gold blonde colour with a white head. Fruity aromas of peach and apricot combined with a floral aroma. A powerful and full taste. In addition, the ale has a candy-sweet and light-malty character with a bitter and slightly dry aftertaste.

La Trappe, 8,0%

Scotland

Punk IPA

The beer that kickstarted Brewdog’s illustrious career in brewing
Brewdog Brewery, 5.6%

Twisted Thistle

The flower of Scotland, this IPA adds a generous twist of hops to the traditional template
Belhaven Brewery, 5.6%

United States

Luponic Distortion Revolution No. 011

The lead hops in No. 11 include cultivars from three different continents, providing distinct qualities of pineapple, guava and lemon drop. In the words of Brewmaster Matt Brynildson, “No. 11 showcases an emergent new hop from the Pacific Northwest that is loaded with this unique pineapple character. We complemented this with an Australian hop that contributes a distinct guava quality, as well as a German hop that rounds it all out with a candied lemon character. As always, these aromas and flavors are derived solely through hops—no lemon drops or pineapples were killed in the making of this beer.”

Firestone Walker, 5,9%

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Liberty Ale

Originally brewed in 1975 to commemorate Paul Revere’s ride, this brew is a heavily hopped ale (Cascade hops) with a copper color and a hoppy nose.

W00t Stout (2018)

Drew Curtis / Wil Wheaton / Greg Koch Stone Farking Wheaton W00t stout (2018)

Ale Brewed With Pecans, Wheat, Rye, One Quarter Aged in Bourbon Barrels This barrel-aged palate-saver has been a favorite among our fans—and us—since its inception in 2013. Pecans, wheat, flaked rye and bourbon-soaked wood provide this whopping, complex superhero version of an imperial stout with a profound complexity that makes it ideal for cellaring—if you can wait that long. Black, very full-bodied, medium hopped, cocoa notes, toasted, roasted, baked.
Stone, 11,5%
Ireland

Porterhouse Hophead

Originally brewed during our brewpub days this beer may have been considered somewhat ahead of its time. A highly aromatic, bitter pale ale this will satisfy the “hop heads” amongst us. Amber coloured and distinctly malty in character the triple addition of Centennial and Cascade hops lends a conspicuous citrus character for both flavour and aroma. The beer is rich and fruity with a wonderfully rich, oily, full mouthfeel.

Porterhouse, 5.0%

Finland

Karhu III

Finland’s biggest selling and most respected lager.
Sinebrychoff brewery, 4.7%

Belgium

Black Ball Porter

Black Ball is a potent porter with a nice and round mouth feel combined with a lot of american hops, that balances the full and creamy body which has notes of chocolate, coffee and smoke.

To Øl, 8,0%

Oude Geuze

Unfiltered, bottle fermented lambic from Belgium. Geuze blended with lambics aged on 7 different barrels, originating from wort of 5 different brews.Ablend of one-, two-, and three-year old lambics. Spontaneous fermentation, patient maturation in oak barrels, and continued evolution of the ecosystem in the bottle result in a distinctively complex and elegant natural beer. The aromas and flavours will evolve from notes of vibrant fresh citrus, zesty and grassy notes to a mellow, oaky, stone fruit bouquet as the lambic continues to develop with time.

3 Fontainen, 5,5%

Kriek Lambicus

Brewed by adding natural cherry juice to lambic beer, a blend that is then fermented in oak barrels.

Timmermans, 4%

Denmark

Stockholm Syndrome DIPA

An intense, full bodied and massive double/imperial IPA, but in its young life with an explosion of fruity hop aromas and flavours, and later in life with vineous and woody complexity. Huge, but incredibly smooth and balanced bitterness, creating a lethal drinakbility!

Kissmeyer, 9,5%

US Belgo Tripel

Strange Fruit Tripel’ has all the credentials of a classical tripel, but with added complexity in the form of both an accentuated citrusy fruitiness as well as a spicy and balanced hoppy character. It’s a very rich, but still almost crisp and easily drinkable beer that works great on its own, but also offers a wide variety of food matching potential.

Kissmeyer, 9,5%

Porter

Black-brown, with a rich head, full-bodied, strongly hopped, chocolate malt notes, smoked ham notes, coffee notes, light herb notes, spicy

Mikkeller, 8%

England

Cornish Orchards Ginger Beer

“The taste of our Alcoholic Ginger Beer is everything you’d expect from a really good ginger beer. It’s wonderfully light, sparkling and well balanced, with a subtle, unmistakable taste of aromatic ginger.”

Cornish Orchard, 4,0%

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Organic Honey Dew

Light and golden with a zesty edge and a bitter-sweet flavour. The real organic honey in the brew gives a gentle sweetness that appeals to a wide range of people, even those who perhaps wouldn’t usually drink beer!
Fuller’s, 5.0%

London Porter

London Porter is brewed from a blend of Brown, Crystal and Chocolate malts for a creamy delivery balanced by traditional Fuggles hops. Definitely worth a sip if you fancy something stronger and darker than coffee!
Fuller’s brewery, 5.4%

E.S.B.

An enormous attack of rich malt, tangy fruit and spicy hops in the mouth, with a profound Goldings peppery note in the long finish and hints of orange, lemon and gooseberry fruit. The benchmark in strong bitter style beers.
Fuller’s brewery, 5.9%

Estonia

After Ski IPA

Not all beers of Autumn and Winter need to be darker than night – now we have a Winter IPA. When the best part of the sport is the aftermath, you need to have right sort of refreshments. This winter IPA is a fruity and hoppy thirst quencher full of tropical taste. Also, this beer is gluten-free.

Sori Brewing, 5,5%

Germany

Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel

This dark wheat beer has a great dark malted wheat content, hence its enticing chestnut brown colour. The substantial 12.4 % original gravity gives it its irresistibly pleasant taste, while its fresh, strong aroma reveals a hint of roasted malt.
Paulaner brewery, 5.3%

Mexico

Corona Extra

Mexico’s finest lager. Enjoy with a wedge of lime.
Grupo Modelo, 4.6%

Netherlands

La Trappe Tripel

Nice thick body with flavours of dark fruits, toffee, brown sugar, vanilla and yeasty spice. Finishes long and syrupy-sweet.
La Trappe, 8.0%

Bavaria Wit

Non-alcoholic unfiltered wheat beer.

Bavaria, 0,0%

Scotland

Al Abordaje

Barley Wine maturated with oak chips for Muscat barrel notes which are balanced by sweet citrus from orange peel and new German hops. This will hit you with caramel, toffee, pineapple and pomegranate with the full and sweet texture of a barley wine. Toasted oak notes and a smooth mouthfeel add to the effect.

BrewDog vs La Pirata, 9.0 %     

Nanny State

Packed with loads of hops, dry hopped to the brink and back and sitting at 45 IBUS, Nanny State is a force to be reckoned with. With a backbone of 8 different speciality malts, Nanny State will tantalise your taste buds.
Brewdog brewery, 0.5%

Elvis Juice

An American IPA with a bitter edge; Elvis Juice is loaded with tart pithy grapefruit peel. This IPA has a caramel malt base with grapefruit peel piled on top of intense US aroma hops. Waves of crashing pine, orange and grapefruit round out this citrus infused IPA.
Brewdog brewery, 6.5%

Vagabond Gluten Free Pale Ale

A kick-ass, hop-forward pale ale, that just so happens to be gluten free. Vagabond Pale Ale melds citrus and tropical hop flavours with a light caramel malt base, backed up with a raucously resinous bitterness.
Brewdog brewery, 4.5%

Spain

Al Abordaje

Barley Wine maturated with oak chips for Muscat barrel notes which are balanced by sweet citrus from orange peel and new German hops. This will hit you with caramel, toffee, pineapple and pomegranate with the full and sweet texture of a barley wine. Toasted oak notes and a smooth mouthfeel add to the effect.

BrewDog vs La Pirata, 9.0 %     

United States

Rolling Thunder 2018

Imperial stout aged for 9 months in handmade barrels previously used to age our Dead Guy Whiskey. This one-of-a-kind imperial stout is flavored with raspberries and vanilla (from bottle). This year’s version pours black with a creamy head and features deep sherry notes accentuated by hints of raspberries, brown sugar and vanilla, held up against a dark roasted malt backbone with earthy hops.

Rogue Farms, 14,4%

Kook

Exuberant tropical fruit aroma leads to juicy grapefruit, pineapple and citrus flavors in this Double IPA. This beer is a prime example of a San Diego IPA with pale straw color, restrained malt character, a bone dry finish, and loads of hops from first wort to dry hop. Hops: Chinook dominant, with supporting roles played by Amarillo, El Dorado, CTZ & Hull Melon.

Pizza Port, 8,5%

Espressway

Cold Brew Coffee Stout. In a process unique to Two Roads, we mixed a locally-roasted Ethiopian/Sumatran blend of beans with a rich oatmeal stout under pressure using our German-built “Brewnik” device. The mixture is steeped for several days resulting in a true, cold-brewed coffee stout.

Two Roads, 6,5%

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Bourbon Barrel Quad

This abbey-style quadrupel is a dark, storng ale separated into oak bourbon barrels to age for various lengths of time, some for up to three years. Cherries are added to make up for the “angel’s share” of beer lost during barrel aging. Selected barrels are blended for optimum flavor. Warm and toasty with aromas of bourbon, oak and vanilla, Bourbon Barrel Quad also retains a hint of tart cherry with caramel notes.

Boulevard, 11,2%

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Big Wave

Big Wave is a lighter bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavor – a smooth, easy drinking refreshing ale. The use of caramel malt contributes to the golden hue of this beer and our special blend of hops provides bright quenching finish.
Kona brewery, 4.4%

Longboard

Longboard Island Lager is a smooth refreshing lager fermented and aged for weeks at cold temperatures to yield its exceptionally smooth flavor. A delicate, slightly spicy hop aroma complements the malty body of this beer. Be sure to open up a bottle of this Hawaiian goodness!
Kona brewery, 4.6%

Our Specialities

Live in the Hopinator:

BrewDog Punk IPA 5,6% with grapefruit and cantaloupe melon.

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