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The Drink

    • Finnegan’s Craft Cocktails

    • Dublin by Night

      $10

      Jameson Black Barrel Whiskey and Kahlua shaken and strained served straight up then layered with fresh whipped cream.

    • Joe Sheridan Irish Coffee

      $8

      irishcoffeeJoe, a barman at Foyne’s Pub, Shannon Airport, also known as the “Flying Boat Terminal” first created this classic Irish coffee, greeting weary travelers sneaking into War torn Europe on seaplanes from the United States. Hot coffee laced with Jameson Irish Whiskey and topped with lightly whipped cream, “Here’s to Joe.”

    • Tim’s Whiskey Smash

      $12

      whiskeysmashKnob Creek whiskey hand crafted 9 year old, 100 proof straight bourbon, muddled with lemon, mint and simple syrup, garnished with fresh mint and served on the rocks.

    • The Brotherhood

      $12

      In honor of our Firefighters, Law Enforcement, Military and First Responders. Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, Grand Marnier, Benedictine and lemon juice, shaken, then strained, garnished with lemon peel and served in a snifter.

    • The Corpse Reviver

      $14

      You may not know Tim Finnegan, the literary character of our beloved James Joyce. He was waked accidentally and then revived by a drop of spilled whiskey. Well, this cocktail will certainly get you going. Made with Scotland’s Hendricks Gin, infused with rose and cucumber, Cointreau, Lillet, lemon juice and a dash of Pernod Absinthe, masterfully blended, shaken, served straight up with an orange twist.
      (More than two call “The Brotherhood”!!)

    • Draught Beer

    • Samual Adams Boston Lager

    • Harpoon UFO

    • Guinness

    • Guinness Blonde

    • Magners Irish Cider

    • Harp

    • Smithwick’s

    • Stella Artois

    • Miller Lite

    • Bottled Beer

    • Heineken

    • Heineken Light

    • Corona

    • Amstel Light

    • Coors Light

    • Miller Lite

    • Budweiser

    • Bud Light

    • Michelob Ultra

    • Yuengling

    • Non- Alcholholic Beer

    • O’Doul’s Amber

    • Buckler

    • Wine List

    • Cavit Pinot Grigio

      $7/$25

      Italy

    • Seaglass Sauvignon Blanc

      $8/$28

      Santa Barbara

    • Rodney Strong Chardonnay

      $9/$32

      Sonoma

    • Mark West Pinot Noir

      $8/$28

      California

    • Hogue Merlot

      $8/$28

      redwineColumbia Valley

    • Watchdog Rock Cabernet Sauvignon

      $10/$35

      Washington State

    • Whiskey Tour

    • 1. Bushmills

      $8

      White Bushmills is one of the best selling whiskeys in Ireland. Fruity with vanilla infusion.

    • 2. Bushmills Black

      $10

      Bushmills has a honey nut flavor, more complex and robust than the white Bushmills.

    • 3. Clontarf (Various Distilleries)

      $8

      Sweet and thin with hints of cereal and honey.

    • 4. Feckin’-Cooley

      $7

      whiskeyMade with whiskeys from Cooley, a light, approachable young whiskey.

    • 5. Kilebeggan-Kilbeggan

      $7

      Grainy with strong notes of honey and oatmeal, finishes off with hints of coffee and chocolate.

    • 6. Jameson- Middleton

      $7

      The largest selling Irish whiskey, malty with hints of citrus and sherry, the classic blend.

    • 7. Jameson 12 year old, Middleton

      $20

      Hints of leather and spice combined with dried fruits and milk chocolate, a world class whiskey.

    • 8. Jameson Gold Reserve- Middleton

      $25.50

      A viscous, oily, syrupy mouth coater with a long finish.

    • 9. Jameson Ltd Reserve – Middleton

      $31.50

      Aromatic oil, touch of wood,spice and toffee with a smooth lingering finish.

    • 10. Connemara Peated Single Malt Cooley Distillery

      $13

      Inspired by Ireland’s ancient distilling traditions, a smooth, sweet taste with a complex malt and peat flavor.

    • 11. Middleton Very Rare- Middleton

      $45

      Classic oak and bold cereal notes with beeswax accent. Full bodied with a silky walnut finish.

    • 12. Paddy Whiskey - Middleton

      $8

      Paddy whiskey named after Paddy Flaherty. First produced in 1779. Matured in oak casks for 7 years, a high malt content it is one of the softest of the Irish whiskey’s.

    • 13. Powers Gold Label – Middleton

      $8

      A malty pot still whiskey blended with just enough grain whiskey, an Irish classic.

    • 14. Tullamore Dew- Middleton

      $7

      Originally made in Tullamore it is now distilled at Middleton, light and un-complex, it has essences of oak and sherry.

    • 15. Michael Collins- Cooley

      $7

      A soft and drinkable whiskey with hints of a biscuit flavor, light smoke and vanilla.

    • 16. Red Breast 12 year old – Middleton

      $20

      A single unblended Pure Pot Still. Aged in Sherry Oak casks. Awarded Irish whiskey of the year in 2010 with a score of 96/100. Hints of cinnamon, peppermint, linseed, licorice and a sherry finish, one of the greatest ever Irish Whiskeys.

    • 17. Red Breast 15 year old- Middleton

      $25

      This is the oldest Pure Pot still Whiskey available for sale today. It is a mature, heavy, rich whiskey. Matured in sherry and Bourbon casks, it retains a hint of both, a creation unto itself.

    • 18. Bushmills 10 year old

      $10

      Bushmills, with hints of sherry wood, malt and fudgy chocolate, a very approachable single Irish malt.

    • 19. Knappogue Castle- Bushmills

      $10.50

      Based on the Bushmills malt this single malt exhibits flavors of honey and toasted nuts.

    • 20. Tyrconnell- Cooley

      $13

      This slightly peaty whiskey is reminiscent of jasmine, honeysuckle and malted milk cookies.