Sherlocks Announces Its Top 3 Irish Beers and Whiskeys for St. Patrick’s Day – #2

Sherlocks is revealing its Top 3 Irish Spirits and Beers every day until St. Patricks Day on Thursday.  Sherlocks Beer Wine Liquor is celebrating Ireland and its wonderful exports all week – stop in for great buys and fun ideas from the staff!  Here are the number 2 selections in beers and liquors- stay tuned every day for the countdown to number one!  Sherlocks is your headquarters for St Patricks Day Beer Liquor Wine Cigars!

#2  Irish Whiskey

Bushmills Irish Whiskey


The Old Bushmills Distillery in Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland is a popular tourist destination, with over 110,000 visitors per year.  A license to distill in the area was granted to Sir Thomas Phillipps in 1608 by King James I, and the 1608 date is printed on the labels of the Bushmills brand whiskey. The Bushmills Distillery claims to be – and is almost unanimously considered to be – the oldest licenced distillery in the world.

Bushmills Original is a blend of triple distilled malt whisky and a light Irish grain whiskey that is aged for at least 5 years in used American bourbon an Spanish Oloroso sherry casks. The inviting whiskey is rich with spicy vanilla and oak notes that beg to be mixed in almost any drink you can think of.

#2 Irish Beer

Harp Lager

Harp Lager was first produced in 1960 as a bottled beer by the Guinness company in response to the trend among drinkers in Britain and Ireland towards continental lager.

This classic Irish lager has a pleasant, buttery sweet aroma. Crisp and dry, Harp finishes remarkably smooth. Harp’s distinctive, refreshing taste has earned it six gold medals in the famous annual Monde Selection beer tasting competition. It is Northern Ireland’s number one lager.

Stay Tuned for #1 On St. Patrick’s Day Tomorrow!