There were many Irish pubs and other bars all around the United States that served the Irish Shot as early as 1979. This quick and easy drink is a popular drink for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, but it’s not limited to that day. You can enjoy this beer-and-shot combination throughout the year. In the Irish Shot, a shot of liquor is dropped into a beer, usually whiskey. Boilermakers are widely popular, especially in the United States. However, in this case, the shot is two parts whiskey and two parts.
Here are the ingredients you’ll need to make the Irish Shot Guinness, Irish whiskey, Baileys Irish cream, and Baileys Irish cream. It consists of mixing equal parts of whiskey and Irish cream in the same shot glass, then dropping it into a glass-half-full The best way to layer the whiskey on top of the cream in the shot glass is to add it first, then add the whiskey slowly.