Finley's Irish Pub - The Bar

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Finley's Irish Pub and Eatery serves nothing but the finest in Irish and top draughts, Ales, Cider, drafts, lagers and beer.

What we serve on Draft

  • Guinness Logo Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm, settle, breathe in the moment, then break through the smooth, light head to the bittersweet reward. Unmistakeably GUINNESS® beer, stout, or draught , from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between. Pure beauty. Pure GUINNESS®.


  • Samuel Adams Logo There's nothing quite like the taste of Samuel Adams Boston Lager. We may be a bit biased but with its high amounts of flavorful Noble hops and malted barley in perfect balance, there are layers of complex flavors to enjoy.


  • Magic Hat #9 It started with our brewmaster, Keith Villa, wanting to craft a beer inspired by the flavorful Belgian Wits he enjoyed while studying brewing in Belgium. He brewed his interpretation using Valencia orange peel versus the traditional tart Curaçao orange peel, for a subtle sweetness. Then he added oats and wheat to create a smooth, creamy finish that's inviting to the palate.


  • Smithwicks logo Smithwick's is Irelands favourite ale, from a tradition of ale brewing founded in 1710. Smithwick's is THE Irish Red Ale. Our "recent" 300 year history commenced with John Smithwick producing his first brews in 1710, thus establishing Smithwick's legacy as "Ireland's longest established brewer" and the "oldest working brewery in Ireland."


  • Harp LogoHarp Lager, (sometimes marketed as Harp Irish Lager) is a Vienna-style lager brand created in 1960 by the Guinness Brewery (now Diageo) in its Dundalk brewery. It is a leading lager brand in Ireland, and is also popular in Australia, Canada, Africa and the United States. The product is brewed in the Dundalk brewery in Ireland.


  • Bass Ale LogoThe precise combination of Bass Pale Ale and stout resulted in a flavor like no other. Its popularity quickly spread throughout Britain and Ireland, ultimately reaching the United States. In America, the drink has become a staple in pubs from Boston to San Francisco and everywhere in between.


  • Killian's Logo Appearance: Deep ruby red in color with a dense off-white foam. Aroma: Roasted and toasted caramel characteristics with ale-like fruit esters. Taste: Toasted/roasted caramel malt introduction with nice bready characteristics. Mouth Feel: Full-bodied with medium carbonation. Finish: Well-balanced with slight lingering citrus rind and subtle sweetness.


  • Woodchuck Cider LogoWe set out to create a truly American hard cider – a feat that hadn't really been accomplished in the last 200+ years. (Sorry, but we just can't count the stuff your grandpa made in "The Woodshed.") The crafting process started with the Vermont Old-Fashioned Hard Cider we already had on hand. Countless changes were made, not the least of which was taking the alcohol content down from 12% to 5%. After three months of blood, sweat and tears, a new cider was born.


  • Miller Lite Logo Miller Lite was essentially the first mainstream light beer. After its first inception as "Gablinger's Diet Beer," developed in 1967 by Joseph L. Owades, a biochemist working for New York's Rheingold Brewery,[2] the recipe was given (by the inventor of the light beer process) to one of Miller's competing breweries, Chicago's Meister Brau, which came out with the Meister Brau "Lite" brand in the late 1960s. When Miller acquired Meister Brau's labels the recipe was reformulated and relaunched as "Lite Beer from Miller" (which was its official name until the mid 80s)


  • Shock Top Logo We've shaken up traditional tastes by brewing a spiced Belgian-style wheat ale with real orange, lemon and lime peels,and then added a little coriander spice to the mix. This uniquely-crafted and award-winning ale is unfiltered to create a brew that is naturally cloudy with a light golden color and a smooth, refreshing finish. Shock Top has collected awards in consecutive years at the North American Beer Awards.


  • Bud Light Logo Bud Light, the world's best-selling beer, is a light-bodied brew with a fresh, clean and subtle hop aroma, delicate malt sweetness and crisp finish for ultimate refreshment. Light-bodied brew with a fresh, clean and subtle hop aroma, delicate malt sweetness and crisp finish for ultimate refreshment. Bud Light is brewed using a blend of premium aroma hop varieties, both American-grown and imported, and a combination of barley malts and rice.


  • Yuengling Logo A balance of American six-row and imported two-row barley malt with choice Cluster and Cascade hops gives each Yuengling beer its distinctive flavor. Time honored brewing, quality ingredients and longer aging times allow each of these craft-brewed beers to develop an appearance, aroma, taste and mouthfeel that are uniquely Yuengling.


  • Stella Artois LogoStella Artois is brewed using only the finest natural ingredients – water, barley malt, hops, non-malted grains and Stella Artois' unique yeast strain – a much-cherished secret that has been kept throughout the years. Stella Artois contains 5.2 percent alcohol by volume (ABV). Stella Artois' crisp, refreshing flavor pairs well with intensely flavored Thai, Asian fusion and Indian dishes such as curries. The bitterness also helps cut through cream sauces in pastas and contrasts the creaminess of flavorful semi-soft cheeses such as Havarti, Morbier and artisanal cheddars.

These will put a Wee bit O' Hair on your chest

There are many good reasons for drinking, One has just entered my head, If a man doesn't drink when he's living, How the hell can he drink when he's dead?

  1. WHISKEY: Derived from the Irish uisce ("water") and normally written with an "e", Irish whiskey was first distilled by monks about a thousand years ago. Popular both in neat and mixed forms. Several well-known brands are available, the most popular being Old Bushmills, Tullamore Dew, Power's, Red Breast, Finian's, Michael Collins, Shane Castle and Jameson's. Whiskeys are available in blended form or as single grain and single malt pure produce.
  2. Scotch Whisky Single Malts: Macallan, Laphroaig, Glen Morangie, Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Etc. just to name a few. is single malt whisky made in Scotland using a pot still distillation process at a single distillery, with malted barley as the only grain ingredient. As with any Scotch whisky, a single malt Scotch must be distilled in Scotland and matured in oak casks in Scotland for at least three years (most single malts are matured longer).
  3. Scotch Whisky Blends: Ballantines, Chivas Regal, Johnnie Walker, Dewars, Cutty Sark, Etc. In the case of Scotch whisky, blended malts do not contain any whisky made from grains other than barley or spirits distilled using continuous distillation, unlike products labelled as "blended whisky."
  4. Tequila: is a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila, 65 kilometres (40 mi) northwest of Guadalajara, and in the highlands (Los Altos) of the western Mexican state of Jalisco
  5. Yes we serve other types of liquors and mixed drinks for a more imaginative mind.

This is for afterwards

  • Irish Coffee: This beverage was invented shortly after the Second World War by an enterprising Irish barman as a means to revive the flagging spirits of transatlantic air passengers. It combines a good shot of Irish whiskey, steaming hot and strong black coffee, topped with thick double cream poured over the back of a spoon. An excellent restorative after a few miles of vigorous walking on a windswept beach.
  • Cream Liquor: Apart from the well-known "Bailey's Irish Cream", several similar liquors are available and targeted mostly at the female market. While the ingredients are basically the same, their proportions vary and so does the taste of these liquors. Normally drunk moderately cool, they are also available on ice or as a shot in black coffee.