Guinness Shandy ½ pint Guinness ½ pint lemonade Mix together and serve in a pint glass.
Black Velvet 5 oz chilled Guinness 1½ oz chilled champagne Pour Guinness into a champagne flute. Add champagne carefully so it doesn’t mix with the Guinness.
All-Irish Black and Tan ½ pint chilled Guinness Draught ½ pint chilled Smithwick’s Irish Ale Fill a pint glass just over halfway with Smithwick’s Ale. Place your black & tan spoon on the rim of the glass and slowly pour your Guinness Draught over it, being careful not to mix. Let the head settle and enjoy.
Liverpool Kiss Guinness (nearly a full pint) Dollop of Creme de Cassis (black currant-flavored liquere) Fill your pint glass nearly to the top with Guinness. Top with a dollop of Creme de Cassis, stir and enjoy.Have any other Guinness cocktails worth giving a try for St. Patrick’s Day? Pass ‘em along! This just in from a Twitter friend of mine, SneakerKing (not sure of the drink’s name, so I’ll get creative): Guinness on the Wing ½ pint of Guinness ½ pint of Red Bull Fill your pint glass halfway with Guinness. Carefully add the Red Bull so it doesn’t foam up out of your glass. Drink and repeat. [techtags:GUINNESS COCKTAIL, GUINNESS COCKTAILS, GUINNESS, DRINK RECIPES, COCKTAIL RECIPES, BEER COCKTAILS, ST. PATRICK’S DAY, ST. PATRICK’S RECIPES]