Railtown Cafe, a restaurant in Vancouver, managed to piss off an entire country with a single image of a poorly-poured pint of Guinness. This one: Railtown Cafe The lack of head. The sloppy suds. Just awful. Railtown shared the image on social media as a St. Patrick's Day promotion. But it wasn't long before the good people of Ireland found it. Conor Dargle @dargle_ @RailtownCafe @Ireland is watching. Is this how pints are in Canada? #Paddysday #Ireland #massacred Tue Mar 14 18:47:29 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite And things got serious real fast. Bobsoveractive @tofueatspeople @RailtownCafe why take something as treasured in Ireland as a well poured Guinness and pi55 all over it? Is "patty's" day a ruin a pint day? 06:58 PM - 14 Mar 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite Bobsoveractive @tofueatspeople @RailtownCafe Jesus wept Tue Mar 14 19:00:22 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite Jesus wept. The Irish don't fuck around with their Guinness, you see. Maca @M2a2c2a @GuinnessIreland please do not supply anymore Guinness to @RailtownCafe just for this alone 02:27 PM - 14 Mar 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite And yes, this does warrant yelling at a restaurant on another continent. Facebook Railtown also committed the cardinal sin of calling it "St. Patty's Day." Oof. Gavin O'Connor @gavinoconnor That pint looks like it had 16 pints on St Patrick's Day and struggled to keep them down! That and calling it St Pa… https://t.co/lEKWat7TGO 06:19 PM - 14 Mar 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite To be clear, there is indeed a *proper* way to pour a Guinness. It involves particular angles, pouring to a certain point, waiting 199.5 seconds for the foam to settle, then topping it up. youtu.be It's a whole thing. And the end result should be a neat head on top. Not... this. Railroad Cafe Tales of Railtown's misdeeds made it to Irish men's publication Joe.ie, as well as The Independent and DailyEdge.com. Joe/The Independent/DailyEdge "Treat it with the respect it deserves Canada," wrote The Independent. As for the poor souls at Railtown, they took it in stride. After removing the offending image, they posted a proper pint and apologized, as good Canadian do. View this post on Facebook facebook.com "We’re not all a bunch of maple-syrup drinking snow farmers and to make up for the blasphemous pour depicted in the photo, we’ve poured another pint that we hope is worthy of Ireland," they wrote.Railtown co-owner Dan Olson told BuzzFeed Canada he woke up to a slew of angry messages today, but they're having fun with the whole thing."It was quite the comedy," he said. "It’s even funnier now, just watching how it’s all unfolding."As consolation, he also has a perk for any offended Irish people who come in to a Railtown on Friday."If someone has an Irish passport, a perfectly-poured pint of Guinness and a shot Jameson is going to them, on me."