CONOR MCGREGOR has embarked on a new venture by brewing a STOUT in his Irish pub as he enjoys some down time.
The 33-year-old, who is continuing his recovery from the broken leg he suffered in July, showcased his 'Forged Stout' brew before settling down for dinner with his family and friends at The Black Forge Inn in Dublin.
Speaking about his stout on Instagram, McGregor said: "Extremely impressed with my 'Forged Stout' from the @theblackforgeinn! I urge all stout lovers to try this!
"30 cent cheaper a pint than Guinness on premise. For this quality a stout, that price difference is astronomical.
"I’m on it all weekend with my whiskey. A really nice stout.
"My own black and white Irish cream! Wow! Who knows Arthur [Guiness], who knows…"
McGregor went on to enjoy a carvery dinner which he described as the 'nicest in Ireland'.
He then thanked those working at his establishment with another heartfelt social media post.
"One of the best day and nights on premise yet, @theblackforgeinn," McGregor added.
"Absolutely incredible night, thank you all so much! We can’t wait to see you all again soon #wearetheblackforgeireland."
McGregor has not fought since he broke his leg in his defeat to Dustin Poirier three months ago.
But it is outside of the octagon where the Irishman is currently making headlines, most recently when calling for Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be replaced as head coach at the club.
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The two-weight UFC world champion tweeted: "The issue at United is it’s just bunch of young fellas talking to each other. Peers.
"You need someone above the group chat to take the helm. Ole was on the bench when Ronaldo played. A peer. Not enough.
"Love and respect Ole to the max but his role needs rearranged. My opinion."
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