Nine Irish Brothers prides itself on having a high-quality draught beer system–in fact, we are one of only a few restaurants in the nation to use an advanced delivery system, which delivers the perfect pint, every time. Nine Irish Brothers also proudly serves imperial (20oz) pints, rather than the standard 16 oz “pints” you get everywhere else. O’Bryan’s Nine Irish Brothers uses a line-cooled, mixed gas blending system to deliver our premium selection of beers and cider. We religiously clean and maintain our lines in order to deliver our customers brewery-quality beer. Our West Lafayette location currently carries twelve premium beers on draught, and our Lafayette location carries fourteen.
If that's not enough to wet your whistle, consider this: Nine Irish Brothers has twice been officially designated as serving the Best Pint of Guinness in the United States by Diageo (the parent company of Guinness), which, in 2008 and again in 2009, conducted a nationwide survey of restaurants, bars, and pubs. The survey asked participants to rate their pint of Guinness against 10 different criteria, ranging from quality of the beer itself to the presentation of the pint. Nine Irish Brothers averaged 9.72 out of 10 points, besting the competition by almost six percentage points. That's right: Nine Irish Brothers beat out pubs in Chicago, Boston, Milwaukee, New York--you name it.
Next time you're in on the West side, stop by the bar and ask to see the crystal trophys, and while you're up there, ask the barkeep for the best pint of Guinness this side of the Atlantic.
On Draught (varies by location)
|Bass Pale Ale||Blue Moon Belgian White Ale|
|Boddington's Cream Ale||Warsteiner Dunkel|
|Bass IPA||Guinness Stout|
|Harp Lager||Magners (Bulmers) Irish Cider|
|Murphy's Irish Stout||Nine Irish Red Ale|
|People's Rotating Tap||Smithwicks Irish Ale|
|While many purists insist that Guinness should not be tampered with, others insist that a classic mix like a Black & Tan or Black Fog hits the spot every time.|
|Black & Tan: Guinness & Bass||Blacksmith: Guinness & Smithwick’s|
|Half & Half: Guinness & Harp||Black & Blue: Guinness & Blue Moon|
|Black Velvet: Guinness & Magners Cider||Carbomb: Guinness, Bailey’s, and Bushmill’s Irish Whiskey|
|Shandy: Guinness & Lemonade||Dark Side of the Moon: Blue Moon Topped with Guinness|
|Black Fog: Guinness with a drizzle of Chambord liqueur||Miner’s Lung: Guinness mixed with a shot of your
|Snakebite: Harp & Magners||Trojan Horse: Guinness & Coca-cola|
|Wasp Sting: Guinness & OJ|
|Amstel Light||Bells Two-Hearted IPA or Bells Oberon (seasonal)|
|Bud Light||Coors Light|
|Fat Tire Amber Ale||Goose Island 312|
|Kaliber by Guinness N/A||Miller Light|
|Sam Adams Light||People's Brewing Co. Moundbuilder|
|Stella Artois||St. Pauli Girl N/A|