Guinness Drinks at Dublin Square
There’s a little bit of magic in every expertly crafted drop of Guinness. There are six distinct features that make this beer stand out from all the others: roasted barley, extra hops, special yeast, the maturation process, the famous creamy head, and the supremely skillful craft of their brewers.
Arthur Guinness started the St. James’ Gate brewery in Dublin back in 1759. Today, at St James’ Gate Brewery, there are nine key steps in the brewing process to achieve the enjoyment of Guinness beer. There are also several ways to enjoy it here at Dublin Square. Below are a few of our recommended favorites. PRINTABLE MENU
Black & Tan
Our Black & Tans are truly Irish. We float Guinness atop a healthy dose of Smithwick’s Irish Ale.
Guinness with La Crosse’s own Downtown Brown from Pearl Street Brewing. Hooray for local brews!
Half & Half
Harp and Guinness. Both brewed by Guinness. Made to be together.
Guinness and Lemonade. Perfect for a hot day… just don’t try to run a marathon afterwards.
Black & Brown
This libation is like a root beer float, but with Guinness! Just as delicious. Let out your inner kid and enjoy!
Guinness and Magners Cider. Yes…it IS good.
mmmmmmMOO! Creamy Guinness with Spotted Cow Ale from Wisconsin’s own New Glarus Brewing Co.
Black & Red
Guinness poured over Killians Irish Red. A perfect marriage.
Black & Blue
Guinness and Blue Moon Belgian Ale. Who knew the lovechild of a sweet Belgian lass and a thick Irishman would be so nice?
Black & Pale
Guinness and Pearl Street Brewery Pale Ale straight from our local brewery!