A D.E.W. & a Brew Proves That Great Beer Loves Tully

By: Katherine Pendrill - May 31, 2016
References: facebook & tullamoredew
Calling for a whiskey on the heels of an ice-cold pint is a long-standing tradition that has been enjoyed by generations of Irish men. With the subtle sweetness of whiskey soothing the bitterness of beer, the two drinks perfectly complement one another to create a palate-pleasing drinking experience.

Despite the persistence of this sacred Irish tradition, Tullamore D.E.W. is giving the time-honored pairing a modern upgrade by turning the whiskey and beer chaser combination into a sip-and-savor experience. Not only does this pairing marry the worldwide craft beer renaissance with the current surge in whiskey consumption, but it also stretches drinkers into unexplored territory by giving the taste buds more character to work with.

Instead of ordering whatever rotgut whiskey the bartender is serving up, call for a ‘D.E.W. & a Brew’ to ensure a more characterful evening. This clever coupling combines the triple distilled, triple blend, triple matured whiskey with a finely crafted beer to create a premium drinking experience that is easier and more satisfying than any cocktail you’ll ever make.

For a truly unforgettable evening, Tullamore D.E.W. can be enjoyed alongside a carefully-selected flight of IPA, red ale and stout – each of which provides a distinct tasting experience. Whether you enjoy a sip of Tully before or after your beer, the award-winning Irish whiskey is sure to reinvigorate your taste buds. The pleasant sweetness and gentle complexity of the whiskey serves to balance the bitterness of beer, thereby elevating the overall drinking experience. Indeed, when you enjoy a fine beer alongside a Tully, you give your taste buds a way to truly appreciate the blend in all its splendor. Simply put, the pairing is so perfect, you may never want to enjoy another beer without a glass of Tully in hand.

Whether it is a casual night out with friends or a special occasion, call for a Tully with your beer for a more characterful evening.

This post is sponsored by Tullamore D.E.W.