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  • Oktoberfest Dublin 2014 - TheTaste.ie
    Fries Typical Burgundian ham German Schmalzkuchen Crepes German candies German Pretzels fresh Potatoe chips Beer On offer will be icecold and fresh tapped German Erdinger Fischer s Hell and Weizenbier wheatbeer for the drivers we will have some non alcoholic wheatbeer For those who don t prefer beer we have a German wine bar with excellent German white and red wine longdrinks havanna coke vodka red bull and many more If it s getting late you need a bit to awake we are recommending our coffee bar coffee tea and hot chocolate Share this Twitter Facebook Email You may also like Alltech Brews Food Festival 2015 By irishbeersnob 6 Jan 2015 Be first to see Avenue by Nick Munier register your table now 5 Feb 2015 An Evening with Nick Munier plus dinner in Dublin Wine Rooms SOLD OUT 1 Oct 2014 Follow Next story Anchor Steam Beer Previous story Decanting wine is it worth it Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House News Saba spices up Pancake Tuesday Events News Whiskey Dublin Whiskey Festival A Week of the Strong Stuff Follow on Twitter Tweets by Thetaste ie About TheTaste ie TheTaste ie is a new online magazine dedicated to Ireland s growing foodie culture Our mission is find all of Ireland s top foodie hotspots and share our journey with you We will bring the latest news reviews offers competitions to you on a weekly basis If you love good food experiences then TheTaste ie is the place for you Keith Mahon TheTaste CEO Want to work with us Find out what services can we provide for

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  • Jameson Whiskey meets Irish Craft Stout | TheTaste.ie
    deliver a smooth mouth feel with flashes of light roasted coffee running through Franciscan Well Jameson Stout won Irish Whiskey Barrel Aged Irish Craft Beer at the Irish Whiskey Award 2014 and was a favourite at this year Dublin Whiskey Live From grain to glass this micro brewery has combined modern technology with age old traditions brewing classic beers including lager ale stout and wheat beers using additive free ingredients and the results are superb carefully crafted Irish beers made from malted barley hops and yeast lovingly sourced from Ireland UK Germany Czech Republic and the US I have never been tempted to go in search of spiritual enlightenment by climbing Croagh Patrick on Reek day but with a bottle of this brew in my rucksack to quench the thirst like I might just give it a go However for those of you who have been there and nearly did it you could just opt for a different kind of pilgrimage by heading straight down to your nearest off licence as this special whiskey will be available for a limited period only priced at RRP 34 99 Still a pilgrimage but this time in search for mercy and gratification Go n éirí an bóthar leat Jameson Caskmates is available at The Celtic Whiskey Shop Dawson street Dublin 2 RRP 34 99 ROBERT JACOB A Classically trained Chef Food writer and Culinary instructor having worked in some of Dublin and London Michelin star establishments such as Chapter One Dublin Gordon Ramsay London the 5 Boutique hotel TheDylan among others His work is regularly featured in some of the leading magazines and newspapers in Ireland and he is currently working on a book about Irish Honey due to be published later in 2015 TWITTER jacobscrackers9 WEB http jacobcrackers blogspot com Share this

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  • The Oarsman - Craft Beer Emporium & Gastro Bar Review by @IrishBeerSnob - TheTaste.ie
    out in Pubs Guide UK Ireland The only entry from Leitrim but one of 34 on the Island of Ireland The standard of our gastropubs is only increasing year on year and this has been noted by the editors of the Michelin Guide Once we d got our bearings and visited one or two other establishments we made our way over to the Oarsman Once we walked through the door we were very impressed by the bar area noting that the only mainstream beers were Guinness Heineken but then once we took a seat at the bar the friendliness and professionalism of the bar staff was clear to see Conor came over and said Hi and we had a chat about the industry their recent accolade and what would he credit with their success I m not going to give away his formula but it s clear to see the concentration on local quality produce for the food an expansive wine and beer menu have done a huge amount to enhance the reputation of this Gastro pub When I counted they had 10 different draft beers excluding the mainstream products They are a kean supporter of local brewery Carrig Brewing based in Drumshambo Pouring three of their beers on tap as well as some more well known faces like McGargles Brú Brewery and 8 Degrees Brewing if you want an informal sit down meal in the pub there is a nice bar menu but upstairs is a full service restaurant However they were more than happy to bring you down a main course from the restaurant menu if you didn t want to leave the comfort of the bar We stuck to one or two of the bar food menu items and they were incredibly tasty Not only that they used their range of beers in the cooking as ingredients and marinades Great to see The presentation of some of the plates that wafted past me was immaculate and the food looked amazing It has just given me more of an incentive to return as well as the invite of fishing on the river with Conor The prices I found were very reasonable If you are ever in this part of the world and looking for a great Gastro Pub which has a great range of beers many of them local Irish beers and seasonal freshly cooked food Look no further than The Oarsman You can find them on Facebook Twitter and their website is www theoarsman com Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags The Oarsman Craft Beer Emporium Gastro Bar Review You may also like MCGARGLES MARYS RED ALE 33CL 1 Sep 2014 A Union Made in Heaven Jameson Caskmates where Jameson Whiskey meets Irish Craft Stout by Robert Jacob 18 Nov 2014 Alltech Brews Food Festival 2015 By irishbeersnob 6 Jan 2015 Follow Next story Achill Mountain Lamb Launches Flavours of Achill Island Previous story Gourmet Food Parlour Hamper Collection from 45 Signup to TheTaste ie Email address

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  • Saba's Master Mixologist creates Christmas Cocktails - TheTaste.ie
    that extra kick To create these delicious cocktails at home simply follow the method below Yuletide Collins Ingredients Beefeater gin 40ml Lemon juice 20ml Sloe gin 10ml Homemade cranberry shrub 20ml Soda water Method Take a tall glass filled half way with ice cubes slowly add in the beefeater gin lemon juice sloe gin and homemade cranberry shrub Stir all the ingredients together and finish by topping up with soda water Homemade cranberry shrub Ingredients Cranberries 1kg 1kg granulated sugar 1kg Water 500ml Apple cider vinegar 100ml Method In large saucepan add the first 3 ingredients Bring the mixture to boiling point turn down heat to medium and simmer for 20 to 30minutes Strain cranberries out of the syrup and let it cool Add apple cider vinegar then taste to check the sweet and sour balance How to make Snowball Ingredients Havana club 40ml Coconut puree 30ml Butterscotch and vanilla liqueur 20ml Brown sugar syrup 10ml Star anise Method Pour all ingredients into a blender and add ice Blend the mixture until smooth Pour into a glass and garnish with star anise Brown sugar syrup Ingredients Brown sugar 500g Water 500ml Method In saucepan add all ingredients and bring the mixture to boiling point turn down heat to medium and simmer until all sugar has dissolved How to make Kindle s Nightcap Ingredients Jameson infused with cinnamon 45ml One shot of espresso Hot water Gingerbread syrup Cream Method Take a hot cup and add in all the above ingredients Stir the mixture well add cream and garnish with grated nutmeg How to make Pear and Fig Sour Recipe Ingredients Absolut pear 40ml Lemon juice 20ml Fig syrup 20ml Two dashes of plum bitters Egg whites Method Add all ingredients in to a blender and mix until smooth When the mixture is blended pour into a glass and garnish with pear slices How to make Mexican Grog Recipe Ingredients El Jimador tequila 40ml Lime juice 15ml Homemade ponche syrup 20ml Hibiscus tea Method Take a hot cup add all the ingredients listed and stir well To finish garnish the top of the cup with hibiscus flower and lime zest Note Ponche syrup is Karim s own recipe involving apricot tamarind pear apple spices and brown sugar This can be purchased in Saba throughout Christmas Saba opens from 12pm until late seven days a week and is located on 26 28 Clarendon Street Dublin 2 For Christmas bookings Tel 353 1 6792000 Follow us on Facebook Facebook com SabaRestaurant or Tweet us SabaDublin Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags Christmas Cocktails Karim Mehdi Kindle s Nightcap Mexican Grog Recipe Pear and Fig Sour Recipe Saba Snowball Yuletide Collins You may also like Vintage Cocktail Club 1 Sep 2014 How to create a Mojito Cocktail 1 Sep 2014 Golden Brown Wins Best Cocktail in the Dublin Cocktail Festival 21 Oct 2014 Follow Next story Win a 250 Gift Voucher for Sabor Brazil No 1 Rated Restaurant on TripAdisor Closed Previous story Win a

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  • Drinks Archives - Page 3 of 4 - TheTaste.ie
    old Goods Store premises in Carlow town where the Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 O HARA S DOUBLE IPA 50CL A full bodied full on Double IPA combining caramel and malt flavours with a well balanced and substantial bitterness which is topped off by a tantalising hop aroma with notes of tangerine and grapefruit Light carbonation allows Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 MCGARGLES MARYS RED ALE 33CL Pours clear and golden amber with a small off white head Aroma is toasted and light fruity Spiced and slight herbal Sweet and toasted malty Bitter and dry to herbal Bitter and light herbal Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 INDEPENDANT PALE ALE 50CL Independent pale ale is a hoppy vibrant beer brimful of taste and flavour the rye in the malt bill blends with the bitter spiciness of the hops for a refreshing bite double dryhopped for Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 HILDEN BARNEY S BREW 50CL This 50 malted wheat and barley beer was commissioned by the John Hewitt Bar to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Barney Hughes philanthropist and inventor of the Belfast Bap The story Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 GALWAY HOOKER PALE ALE 50CL A golden beer with a thin white head The aroma has notes of citrusy hops on a lightly malty back ground The flavor is sweet with notes of malt straw and citrusy hops as Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 GALWAY BAY BURIED AT SEA STOUT 50CL Decadent and complex while remaining wholly refreshing and drinkable This Stout is brewed with Milk Sugars and Chocolate to give rich flavours and body that goes down smooth Taste of Chocolate and smooth mouthfeel Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 FRANCISCAN WELL FRIAR WEISSE 33CL A German style unfiltered wheat beer with citrus notes on the palate and powerful aroma of clove and banana imparted by a unique yeast strain 4 7 abv Price Range 2 59 Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 EIGHT DEGREES KNOCKMEALDOWN PORTER 33CL Like tackling the Knockmeal Downs Mountains in a blizzard this beer is not for wimps This robust malt driven ale balances dark malts with some old world bitter hops It won t weigh you down like Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 DUNGARVAN BLACKROCK STOUT 50CL A traditional dry Irish stout full flavoured yet smooth Roasted barley flavours are nicely complemented by notes of vanilla and aniseed Enjoy with robust meat dishes or on it s own off the shelf Contains Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 DONEGAL BLONDE ALE 50CL A delicious blond style beer with hints of biscuit malt and a good balance of hop flavours Price Range 3 39 Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 CURIM WHEAT BEER 50CL The name Curim was inspired by an old Celtic word for beer and echoes the Celtic heritage of the place where Curim is brewed today Curim Gold has a higher hop rate than mainstream Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 BRÚ RÍ 50CL Brú Rí is brewed with Irish malt and four

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  • Drinks Archives - Page 4 of 4 - TheTaste.ie
    pods and a touch of cinnamon to a traditional Irish stout A healthy amount of oatmeal provides for a smooth silky finish and a touch of Craft Beer 1 Sep 2014 Which Craft Beer goes with Food Ever wondered which of the new craft beers goes with you meal well below you will see a detailed chart explaining why each type of craft beer suits a particular dish Click to Page 4 of 4 1 2 3 4 About TheTaste ie TheTaste ie is a new online magazine dedicated to Ireland s growing foodie culture Our mission is find all of Ireland s top foodie hotspots and share our journey with you We will bring the latest news reviews offers competitions to you on a weekly basis If you love good food experiences then TheTaste ie is the place for you Keith Mahon TheTaste CEO Want to work with us Find out what services can we provide for Restaurants Hotels Food Companies Drink Brands Digital Food Ltd operates as TheTaste ie online Terms of Use Contact us Latest Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb Win a fantastic set of

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  • Decanting wine – is it worth it? - TheTaste.ie
    ruin a lovely bottle How to decant a wine it s really very simple Allow the bottle to stand for a while beforehand this is especially important if there is much sediment If you want to be fancy hold the neck of the bottle above a candle so you can see the light through the bottle If you don t have a candle nearby just do it somewhere there is plenty of light Gently pour the wine into the decanter stopping as you see the sediment approaching the neck of the bottle You should be left with about half an inch of wine in the bottom of the bottle Don t worry you can always go back for it later Finally which wines should be decanted It is probably easier to say which shouldn t Very old wines like very old anything are extremely delicate and will start to fade within minutes of exposure to air These wines should be left to stand and then pour directly from the bottle Fine Burgundies are rarely decanted but if they are young there is no problem doing it just before you drink it Fresh simple whites are probably the wines which benefit least there really isn t much point Otherwise I d decant everything from a simple Cotes du Rhone to a top Aussie Shiraz Ultimately it is all about how to get the best from your wine Temperature and glassware both make a massive difference to the wine experience So too can decanting and it s really very easy Award winning Sommelier Ian Brosnan is ely s executive wine manager As one of Ireland s best known and respected wine personalities with numerous awards such as Best Sommelier in Ireland and Wine Personality of the Year to his name Ian happily

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  • What To Do With Leftover Wine - TheTaste.ie
    leftover red wine into a freezable container and keep for use during the winter months Empty the frozen wine into a large pot add spices such as cinnamon sticks and a spoonful of whole cloves Melt wine over medium heat then sweeten to taste with honey sugar or apple juice Simmer for 10 minutes Serve in glasses with citrus slices Poaching Soft foods taste amazing when poached in wine flavored with aromatics and spices White wine suits eggs and fish while sweetened red wine is perfect for poaching fruit Salad Dressing Leftover white wine makes for a flavoursome fresh tasting salad dressing Blend wine lemon juice honey if wine is sweet leave out the honey salt and pepper in a bowl Still blending either with a fork whisk or the blender slowly add olive oil Voilà Learn more about wine in a fun and informal setting at an ely wine tasting evening Award winning Sommelier Ian Brosnan is ely s executive wine manager As one of Ireland s best known and respected wine personalities with numerous awards such as Best Sommelier in Ireland and Wine Personality of the Year to his name Ian happily shares his years of experience and knowledge with thetaste ie Share this Twitter Facebook Email Tags Ely Wine You may also like Warming Winter Wines by Richie Magnier 30 Oct 2014 Decanting wine is it worth it 18 Sep 2014 January Wines to Try by Richie Magnier 4 Jan 2015 Follow Next story Decanting wine is it worth it Previous story How to create a Moscow Mule Signup to TheTaste ie Email address Search for news restaurants Recent Articles Competitions Win dinner of 2 in Pichet to celebrate Dine in Dublin Week starting Monday 23rd Feb News Reviews Art Meets Food at Brabazon Restaurant Tankardstown House

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