Dungloe, Co. Donegal
Who me? 😅
You can always try.
An inviting sign.
I thought the sign was a sticker at first! It's so funny, my Irish family never had Smithwicks- it was always Guinness- even my younger cousin's dog was named Guinness. I'll have to purchase some this weekend to give it a try.
I'll drink to that!
...Bill, I'm afraid that I will have to pass, but thanks for the invite! Enjoy a pint on me! Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your week.
I had a Guinness this weekend but I do like a Smithwicks, and I do know how to pronounce it!
Glad the comments before me clarified that it was a brand. To my ignorant eye, it could have been the name of a pub. I have heard of (not sure I've ever tasted) Guinness however. Now since I do like beer and ale, I will keep an eye out of Smithwicks.
Don’t mind if I do...
That's one I've never heard of before.
Ehm not for me, but I like the sign!
Well lets go for a pint---hmmmmMB
I like the sign, but I don't drink.
O ja Bill, ik lust wel 'n pintje hoor, hihi.Groet Kees.
Nice sign but I don't drink anymore.
A very inviting sign and yes I would love to try out this pint:)
yes i thank you
A pint would be just right about now. that and coffee would be darn good right now, too.
Always ready! ;-)
A half pint would be more my speed and then I probably wouldn't be able to finish it!
Not me, no.
… well perhaps half a pint!All the best Jan
I might be going for a pint, but make mind a Guinness. The sign is lovely.
A pint would be good right about now.
That's a term we don't seem to use, but then again I don't go to the pub for a drink.
Guinness, please. A glass, perhaps. A pint easily does me in.
I drink no pints. Have a nice weekend. Greetings Caroline
Yes (but no Guiness, that makes me sleepy).
I like Guinness. Do they have Guinness? I would like a pint right now.God bless.
A great sign. I appreciate your blog friendship; it's always a pleasure to visit your blog and admire your photography. Merry Christmas to you and Shari.
Went for 1, stayed until 2! haha