For years I've drank Guinness and despite its despicable history I won't stop drinking it.
I know the history of the Guinness family- English planters, financed the scum in their fight against the United Irishmen, forced families off their stolen land during An Gorta Mór, supported the British army during The Easter Rising (they built armoured cars), they didn't employ a catholic until 1966 (and probably paid De Valera and other scum traitors to keep their cowardly mouths shut).The Free State 'government' is as bad as any quisling 'government' and any political party that takes part in it are traitors to the Irish Republic.
Anyway, after that rant, a friend was telling me he heard some bars on the Shankill Road and other unionist areas don't sell Harp beer because HARP, according to them, stands for Help All Republican Prisoners. I was telling a Celtic fan about it and he said they should sell Harp and brandish it as Heroes Are Rangers Players...!
Yes, us Belfast people - the Taigs - do have a sense of humour. Must have something to do with the snouts - not talking about protestants - locking park gates on a Sunday and forcing their kids to go to a Free Presbyterian church and then to Sunday school to teach them how to hate Fenians.