Guinness stout is made from water, barley, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer’s yeast. A portion of the barley is roasted to give Guinness its dark colour and characteristic taste.
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Great little spot. They expanded the bar recently but still kept the charm they had.
If you're looking for a more BARK (Burien, Auburn, Renton, Kent) vibe at a bar downtown, look no further. Cheap booze, a jukebox, couple pool tables and usually a fight. Servers don't take **** from patrons starting trouble, but are super lenient to groups just having fun a bit louder than your typical Seattle bar.
Great bartenders, even better patrons. I haven't had so many drinks bought for me from people I don't know anywhere else, and the pool table/cues aren't warped. That's unprecedented! Don't tell Pike brewery I like the blarney more...
So I’ve been coming to Blarney Stone for 5yrs now!! I just recently went their today because of Covid and I was so happy!! Bartenders great love them super friendly and very generous with drinks!! The atmosphere well people are just united there!! Thank you Martha, Shai and Rich you all rock! Food omg so so good!! The only bar I go to and support super friendly to their costumers!!!
Great Paddy's night here! Closest I seen to an actual Irish bar since I have hot to the US
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