Irish People Try American Craft Beers

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  • Published on:  Monday, May 28, 2018
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    American Craft Beers - what's not to love? Craft beers are all the rage these days, only getting more popular as the years go on. We decided to sit down some of our resident Irish TRYers and see what they thought of a selection of craft beers from America!

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    Damon: http://TRY.Media/Damon
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    Paddy: http://TRY.Media/Paddy

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  • crazy folks

    crazy folks

     7 days ago

    wait....they got black people over there? 👀

  • Skyler Sweeney

    Skyler Sweeney

     7 days ago

    Do the Irish this 6.2% is heavy? Most of the beer that's made at the brewery I work at is 8%+

  • Nathaniel Eric

    Nathaniel Eric

     7 days ago

    86 ink has good music

  • Nathaniel Eric

    Nathaniel Eric

     7 days ago

    And light beer is more bad then whole beer

  • Nathaniel Eric

    Nathaniel Eric

     7 days ago

    Lager mean cave's in German and it where they make there beer and the yeast go bottom to to top cold weather and Yale hot weather yeast top to bottom

  • tankimus


     14 days ago

    Those aren't craft beers lol

  • antony kulik

    antony kulik

     14 days ago

    I like anything with Paddy in it

  • xeroabyss DCLXVI

    xeroabyss DCLXVI

     21 days ago

    Brotha man had Paul Simon ALL fucked up with the grapefruit topic. Hilarious!

  • Loyal Ram

    Loyal Ram

     21 days ago

    Man, I think those shitty assed “American” craft beers are a set about our IPA’s, lagers, wheat beers, ales.....No that crap.

  • David Imrie

    David Imrie

     1 months ago

    Ballast Point started off as a small brewery in my home town of San Diego. We used to ride motorcycles up to their tiny warehouse in a commercial district to sample their beers. You should have tasted their regular Sculpin...hands down my favorite. The grapefruit Sculpin is for the ladies. Also, it helps if you like grapefruit.

  • MatthewvMayo


     1 months ago

    I'm getting hints ooof beer.

  • Hp771989


     1 months ago

    I love that there's Steelers fans in Ireland lol

  • hendrixhead90


     1 months ago

    Fuck the Steelers!

  • Sara s

    Sara s

     1 months ago

    Go Steelers!!

    And very funny video!!!

  • Donna Flowers

    Donna Flowers

     1 months ago

    John and Paddy. 2 beautiful men at 1 table. Be still my heart

  • Kelly Mchenry

    Kelly Mchenry

     1 months ago

    Not a good tasting.

  • Coach Jossy

    Coach Jossy

     1 months ago

    Literally the most random Sierra Nevada flavor ever🤣

  • TheReal10bears


     1 months ago

    Canned beer always tastes like crap compared to bottled beer. No wonder they didnt like most of the beers they tasted

  • bobR


     1 months ago

    I don't know, you guys put a smile on on my face every time I see you drink alcohol.

    PS: If you want to try a good Sierra Nevada IPA, try "Hazy Little Thing" .

    PS: I'm an IPA freak.
    PPS: Keep up the good work.

  • Veritas Nyx

    Veritas Nyx

     2 months ago

    Wait. Did he just? ...
    Grapefruit and grapes. Related?

    Couldn't have. That's why I like the ones with accurate captions.