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News | St Patrick’s 2016

Hard Rock Café creates Irish stout and whiskey infused burger in time for St Patrick’s Day

Guinness burger-nWOULD you eat a hamburger infused with Ireland’s most loved drinks – Guinness stout and Jameson whiskey? 

The Hard Rock Café has created a flavoursome burger in time for St Patrick’s Day, using some of Ireland’s most famous drinks.

The Guinness and Jameson Bacon Cheeseburger is made with a beef patty topped with Jameson Irish whiskey bacon jam, a Guinness Stout cheese sauce, tomatoes and seasoned rocket leaves.

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If that’s not enough, you can add extras of more bacon and Guinness cheese sauce.

“Guinness has been brewing beer for more than 250 years, and we knew Hard Rock would put a new, delicious culinary spin on our classic beverage,” said Allen Roosa of Guinness.

“This burger enhances the flavour of our Guinness Stout and will not disappoint loyal fans around the nation.

The burger is available through the month of March for St Patrick’s Day , staying on the menu until April 10.

It will only be available in the London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow Hard Rock Café branches, for £17.25, including chips.

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