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Friday, November 25, 2011

Boston's Black Rose Pub rolls back price of Guinness to 1976 prices to celebrate 35th anniversary


To celebrate its 35th birthday, the Black Rose Pub in Boston is rolling back the price of a pint of Guinness to $2.50 - which is what it charged when the Rose first opened its doors in 1976.  The special offer lasts the  week of November 27, 2011.

The normal price of a pint today is $6.75.

“Our patrons can feel like it is 1976 again and in this economic time, it’s a really great deal. I am honored to raise a pint in celebration with our loyal patrons. Slainte!“  said Paul Wilson, Operations Manager at The Glynn Hospitality Group.

Considered one of the great Irish pubs in America, the Black Rose has live Irish music seven nights a week.  It has served over three million pints of Guinness, 300,000 fish and chips, and 250,000 bowls of Irish beef stew in the past 35 years. 

To read about the history of the Black Rose, click here.

 For year round information on Irish cultural activities in greater Boston, visit IrishBoston.org.










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