The first Irish drink of choice for most Irish people was Guinness, which was popularized by the late John Redmond in the mid-19th century.
As we know from Guinness’ recent popularity in America, this beer was one of the first in the world to be brewed in Ireland.
In fact, Guinness was one to take the Irish by storm when it was first brewed in the 1840s, when it quickly became popular among young Irish drinkers and they were able to taste the world’s first Irish beer.
Today, Guinness is a staple in the Irish beer scene, and in Ireland, it is still made by a small number of craft brewers.
As of 2015, Guinness enjoyed a global market share of nearly 40 percent of beer sales.
And today, there are hundreds of craft breweries across the country, including the most successful Irish craft brewers in the US, Diageo, Lagunitas, and Guinness.
In a country of over 100 million people, Guinness and its Irish counterpart are ubiquitous, but as of 2016, Ireland had no craft breweries, no Guinness, and only a handful of local beer producers.
As the number of Irish beer fans grows, there is hope for the future of Irish craft beer.
For many years, Irish beer was considered to be the country’s second best-selling craft beer, and that’s not the case anymore.
In 2017, Guinness’ market share in Ireland rose from 15 percent to 26 percent.
And while Ireland has only about 100 craft breweries to the U.S. of about 4,000, there’s still a lot of growth potential.
As a result, the Irish craft brewing industry is expanding and, with the right investments, there could be a thriving Irish craft craft beer market in the years to come.
A future of Dublin’s craft beer In the years since Guinness launched in Ireland in 1840, the country has changed dramatically in ways that have led to its rapid rise.
In particular, the first Irish brewery was the Dublin Brewery, which opened in 1799.
The Irish brewery industry is very well known for its artisanal, high-quality products and innovative brewing methods.
Dublin is the oldest continuously-operated Irish brewery in the Guinness world and the oldest Irish brewery that has been around since Guinness started in Ireland at the turn of the 20th century, according to Guinness.
This means that Ireland has always been a very good place to make beer, as it was always a major market for the Guinness brand, according a Guinness spokesperson.
But while the Irish market is booming, many of the Irish brewers and small craft breweries are struggling.
One of the main challenges facing the Irish brewing industry today is that Irish consumers are getting older and they want to drink more beer, said Irish beer industry insider Michael O’Connor, founder and managing director of O’Brien.
As Irish craft breweries become more successful, O’Connell believes Irish consumers will increasingly want more of Irish-made beer.
Irish craft brands are also growing, and it is a growing market for Irish craft beers in the U., as well.
This is a sign that Irish beer lovers are looking to Irish-produced beer as the future.
But how will Irish beer become more popular and popular in the United States?
In 2016, the American craft beer industry made about $11 billion in sales, according the Brewers Association.
The majority of that was generated by beer and wine, with craft breweries accounting for about $1.7 billion in the market.
But the craft beer movement is not just growing in America.
In Europe, there has been a strong growth of craft beer since the late 2000s.
And now, many countries are also seeing a resurgence of the craft brewing movement in their own economies.
For example, Germany has had craft beer for years, but in 2017, the German government announced that it would officially become a craft beer country.
In the Netherlands, the craft brewers are growing fast, with many breweries having been founded since the 1990s.
The Dutch craft beer scene is also growing at a faster rate than the rest of the country.
The country has seen an influx of new breweries in recent years, including a number that have taken over the old Guinness bottling plant.
These new breweries have grown to nearly 50,000 workers.
This growth is due in part to the rise in demand for craft beer across the world.
While the number one craft beer consumer in the Netherlands is now a 35-year-old woman, she is not the only one, as her peers also want to enjoy the same brew.
In Germany, the beer industry is also thriving and there are many new breweries coming on the scene every year.
But for now, it’s up to Irish craftbeer drinkers to keep pace with this growing craft beer sector.
Ireland will not be the only country that will continue to enjoy its craft beer renaissance in the coming years.
As new craft breweries emerge and grow, the United Kingdom will continue enjoying its craft beers.
As craft beer continues to grow, it will become more difficult