If it said Irish, we bought it. Photo by Bob Moffitt

If it said Irish, we bought it. Photo by Bob Moffitt

 
Beer and baseball have gone together since the 1840's, the time of the game's founder, Alexander Cartwright. That's right, Alexander Cartwright. Find out what else you need to know at  thespitter.com.

Beer and baseball have gone together since the 1840's, the time of the game's founder, Alexander Cartwright. That's right, Alexander Cartwright. Find out what else you need to know at thespitter.com.

Episode 4: the moffitt brothers  go irish...or Try 

Todd and Bob (not definitely related, but definitely of Scottish descent) scour the landscape looking for stouts that scream, "I love being Irish." The result of their quest...leads them to Scotland and Colorado. Well, duh... Click here

Innis & Gunn Barrel-Aged Tullamore D.E.W.

Bob: VERY GOOD, smooth, light, easy-drinking, slightly bitter. We’d sound smarter if their website wasn’t wrapped in the tentacles of internet hell.

Todd: GOOD/VERY GOOD. I can taste the whiskey, but it’s not overpowering.

Boulder Beer Co Irish Blessing Roasted Coffee

Bob: Labeling is terrible. GOOD/VERY GOOD for a coffee.

Todd: Lot of coffee. Can I legally have this for breakfast. Delivers what it promises. GOOD.

Breckenridge Nitro Irish

Bob: More website trouble, light, would like to try it again without having lit my tastebuds on fire with coffee. GOOD.

Todd: Light, easy-drinking dry Irish. GOOD.

Guinness Extra Stout

Bob: It’s based on the standard and it’s a little better GOOD/VERY GOOD.

Todd: GOOD/VERY GOOD. Solid malty flavor, smooth and simple.