OK, well maybe not technically, but ask any true-blooded Irish person and they’ll tell you that “Yes, it makes a nice snack or small meal!”. And why wouldn’t it? It’s made of really good natural food stuff, all locally sourced.
It begins with barley sown and grown in Irish soil by farming families that span three generations of contracts with the Guinness™ company. The barley is malted behind the famous St. James’s Gate at the brewery in Dublin.