Fancy a pint?
Imagine we are in a Pub and we waiting our pint to be pulled.
GUINNESS® Draught is best served at 6°C (that’s 42.8°F), with the legendary two-part pour. First, tilt the glass to 45 degrees and carefully pour until three quarters full. Then place the glass on the bar counter and leave to settle. Once the surge has settled, fill the glass to the brim. It takes about 119.5 seconds to pour the perfect pint. But don’t fret. It’s worth the wait, and you can enjoy the 119.5 seconds of interview.
Edra Moraes, 44, the student of English and life. I am writing for pleasure and I work as marketer in my country.
I am feel great in Belfast when I speak to someone and I don’t need to “say again”.
A phrase I use far too often to describe Belfast: It is small and vibrant, just like me. Everything you can find in a cosmopolite capital, and with it right here on your door step.
I am not a politician but if I were I would pay attention to the alcohol culture.
The ideal night out in Belfast would be dinner out, going to Opera House (astonishing), finishing of in a Pub/dancing.
A rainy day in Belfast, think as a farmer, lots of rain produce’s the best potatoes. Finishing of the day, with a nice open fire on and some good wine.
The ideal sunny day in Belfast, I am going to Holywood to have a half pint of Guinness with some sea food chowder at the Dirty Duck looking out over the sea and counting aeroplanes.
I am not an expert but Jack Pakenham is my favourite painter. Everything you need to know and feel about Belfast, you can feel looking his painting’s.
The best place to enjoy yourself in Belfast is going to a Church, as it is always empty, so therefore the Pubs are always full.
The worst thinking here are the tabloids and the culture of celebrity. It is impossible to think seriously with so much foolish information surrounding our minds.
I am a feminist, but I must to say have some misperception about feminism in Belfast. The women are losing the pleasure to be woman. We must to remember feminism is about our rights not about the right to be wrong like some nasty men.
My favourite building’s in Belfast are the inside of the Opera House and the City Hall.
My favourite Irish drink’s is Irish coffee, and half pint of Guinness.
My favourite Irish dish is Irish stew, and full Irish breakfast.
A common misperception of Belfast is that dangerous. I do feel really safe in Belfast city.
The craic in Belfast is great. So work hard, and play hard. Just remember Belfast is our home choice.