In the late 1700s, the English began a massive and devastating invasion of Ireland.
The invaders left their mark on the landscape with a variety of strange stone structures.
The Stone Sour, a sour beer popular during the 19th century, is a famous example.
The Irish, for their part, have never been able to get over their souring obsession with the Stone Sour.
In the last decade, they’ve been celebrating the beer with a range of celebrations.
In Dublin, the Stone Soup Festival is a celebration of Irish culinary culture, with traditional foods, arts and crafts and craft beers.
The Dublin Beer Festival takes place every year and draws more than 100,000 visitors, most of them from all over the world.
In Cork, the annual festival brings together hundreds of people, including artists, musicians, musicians’ groups and even local pubs.
The festival also draws crowds to the city centre to watch the beer.
In Limerick, the Festival of the Stone is a beer-themed event held at a pub and with a special theme, which is the beer of the festival.
The annual festival is a huge event in Limerick.
The first year there were 60,000 people who came to the festival, with a further 100,00 coming in 2019.
It has been called the biggest beer festival in Ireland.
Last year, Guinness released a limited edition Stone Sour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the brewery.
The beer is made with barley, wheat and rye, with the recipe and recipe book available online.
In Limerick last year, more than 1,500 people attended the event, which attracted around 2,000 beer enthusiasts.
The Irish, however, are not just the big beer drinkers.
In 2017, Guinness announced plans to brew a limited-edition version of the Irish beer, in an attempt to revive its reputation.
The Beer of Ireland, which will be brewed in Limbo, will have an ABV of 8% and will be a special edition of the beer that will only be sold at Guinness.
According to Guinness, the aim is to create a new Irish beer and to ensure that Irish beer drinkers worldwide are aware of Irish brewing and beer traditions.