Mountbatten used to drink Guinness in the bar down there, and he was well liked by the locals.
Later that night I saw him in some club where he was drinking brandy and Guinness.
She says that her loves include her pet dogs, drinking Guinness, reading poetry and playing snooker.
The bar is up front and at 4:30 P.M. is already filled with people drinking Guinness on tap.
Harris was a longtime alcoholic until he became a teetotaler in 1981, although he did resume drinking Guinness a decade later.
The Caretaker (1960) act 1 I can't drink Guinness from a thick mug.
She drank Guinness, smoked Gauloises and would eat anything as long as it was loaded with garlic.
The owner is a fountain of local knowledge; ask to see the card showing what happens before and after you drink Guinness.
It is a well known fact that everyone who drinks Guinness is fond of music.
They practiced there for two days, drank Guinness and played cards.