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27-08-2011, 15:11   #16
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27-08-2011, 15:17   #17
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Best Guinness I've had in Limerick was in the Woodfield House on the Ennis Road, easily.

Na Piarsaigh GAA club do a fantastic pint as well.
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27-08-2011, 15:55   #18
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Friend of mine has done up a site called www.perfectpints.com , I don't drink so I don't know how accurate it is!

Might be worth a look
Worth a look......my hole
Its at least 6years out of date,
It gives the Davin, The DogHouse, Rubens, Club Havana, McGregors, Finns, The Cornmarket, Rubyannes, The Bard Hogans...
It even lists Schooners which must be gone 10yrs at this stage
Its more of an RIP to the Limerick Pub trade than a useful website
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Best Guinness I've had in Limerick was in the Woodfield House on the Ennis Road, easily.
Agree with IO.... Woodfield Hse. is my local and the pint, both Guinness and Beamish, to which I'm partial, is consistently excellent.

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The westward ho has a great pt also tom collins is v good
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I'd have to go for Fennessy's of New Street, it's like silk!
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Fennessy's for me too. Serious stuff!

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Can't believe I forgot Fennessy's! Good shout.
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Fennessy's is the only place that I visit that has a consistently good pint of guinness. It has little to do with the volume sold as I go to one of the bigger pubs in Raheen area and the Guinness is generally awful.
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Fennessy's is the only place that I visit that has a consistently good pint of guinness. It has little to do with the volume sold as I go to one of the bigger pubs in Raheen area and the Guinness is generally awful.
Myself and a few lads live out in Raheen and being honest Fennesy's is our first choice above all the closer pubs for quiet pints. If it was closer to me it could be dangerous!
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Flannery's in shannon street is cream!!
+1 deadly pint in there.

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Best Guinness I've had in Limerick was in the Woodfield House on the Ennis Road, easily.
Agree with IO.... Woodfield Hse. is my local and the pint, both Guinness and Beamish, to which I'm partial, is consistently excellent.

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There's a barman in there called colm... He pours the finest guinness in limerick! Though I may be biased!
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a good Guinness should be measured by the time spent on the porcelain pony the next day....
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There's a barman in there called colm... He pours the finest guinness in limerick! Though I may be biased!
True.... he's pretty nifty but Ross is no slouch at pourin' the black stuff either!!
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Definitely the Woodfield!
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