Craft Burger is the most popular burger at the Irish craft burger restaurant in Cork, and it’s also the place where you can pick up the most craft beer.
The menu includes craft beer from around the world, from the mighty Kona to the funky new beer in the fridge.
The burger, with a bun of fried onions, has a creamy cheese sauce on top.
There’s also a variety of other craft burgers, including the Kona, a traditional burger that is cooked to perfection with bacon, a fried egg and onion.
It comes in a few different ways, including a grilled cheese and a tomato-and-onion bun with tomato.
In the bar, you’ll find a variety on tap and a variety at home, including beer and cocktails from all around the country.
For a drink, you can go for the Guinness stout, which is a beer brewed with a mixture of barley and yeast.
It’s one of the few Irish beers that’s available at the craft burger, and I think it’s a fantastic beer to have.
The Guinness stout is a great option for those that like the taste of Guinness, but also those who prefer a more hoppy beer.
There’s a selection of wine and spirits, too, which you can try for a little while before grabbing a bottle and enjoying it.
And, of course, you don’t want to miss the craft beer that comes in bottles, as it’s always good to have a selection.
Craft Burger is on the corner of O’Connell Street and King Street in Cork’s northside, and is open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Sundays and public holidays.