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At 17.59 this evening, millions of easily-led paddies will raise a pint of the black stuff to the sky and participate in the greatest laughing yer way to the bank exercise that the field of marketing has ever seen. It is a good thing that the roar will be heard around the world as it will conceal the equally loud kerr-chink of the tills as millions are spent on pints as the country engages in the greatest encouragement of skulling pints before teatime. Yes, the streets of every town and village in Ireland will ring to the cheers of the pint holders at teatime this evening, just one week after the common noise was the tut-tutting about the pint-skulling exploits of An Taoiseach.
Once again Arthur Guinness Day returns with this year’s official celebrations taking place in Dublin, Cork, and Galway. Organisers of the official Arthur’s Day may have forgotten to include Athlone on Thursday September 23, but the Prince Bar hasn’t.
From Thursday September 23 until Sunday September 26, Kelly’s Bar will be hosting a variety of party events for the Galway Oyster Festival. Enjoy a range of seafood dishes from the menu or swing by on Saturday and Sunday where you can pour your own pint of Guinness with oyster tasting from 3pm.
As interest in ‘growing it yourself’ reaches fever pitch in Westmeath, details of the GIY 2010 conference, which takes place on Saturday September 18 at the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, have been announced. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Together We Grow’ and the event is aimed at GIY local champions and anyone who is interested in finding out more about GIY.
Eighteen local bands with high aspirations will get the chance to show their wares at showcases in two local pubs over three Thursdays in a bid to share a stage with Snow Patrol.
Clár IRD in Claremorris have been awarded €100,000 from the 2010 Arthur Guinness Fund to develop a community garden.
A licensee of a pub in Crossmolina, who allowed persons on the premises before opening hours, was convicted and fined at Ballina District Court.
A Salthill man who died suddenly in the United States was remembered this week with fondness as the “life and soul” of the bar in which he worked in Boston.
Rugby fans will be glad to hear that The King’s Head has been picked as the venue to host the Galway AREA 22 event, in conjuction with Guinness and Today FM, on Thursday March 11.
Gillian O'Callaghan, Claire Cadogan, Karen Murphy and Alice Keogh pictured at the unveiling of the new Guinness ‘Pour Your Own Pint’ experience in the Skeff on Thursday night. The interactive Guinness experience is proving very popular with customers. They can pour their own pint at specially designed tables, complete with Guinness and Carlsberg taps and customer seating.