How to Pour the Perfect Pint
In preparation for St. Patrick’s Day, we hooked up with Guinness Brewery Ambassador Chris McClellan to learn how to pour the perfect pint. We’ll start with the details for pulling from the tap, just in case you find yourself behind the bar come March 17th. There are six parts to the perfect pour.
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And they’re so much better than a pint of green beer.
Classic Slow-Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage
Inexpensive, easy to cook, and delightfully tender and satisfying, Corned Beef and Cabbage proves a pleasing meal any time—not just on St. Patrick’s Day. At the grocery, look for corned beef brisket. In some cases, the meat will come with a spice packet, which you’ll add to the slow cooker. But some brands cure the meat before packaging; if it’s labeled as “corned,” you’re set. We developed a recipe that cooks over 7 or 8 hours on low, but is also ready after 4 to 5 hours of cooking on high, for quicker preparation, or even a warming Sunday supper.
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You’ll feel lucky waking up to these.
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Suitable for way more than just sipping, this classic Irish beer tastes utterly delicious in everything from cupcakes to meatloaf.