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Brewed By: Guinness Ltd.

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Average Rating:
6.63515

Number of Ratings: 7688

Style: Irish Dry Stout

Brewed In: St. James Gate, Dublin, Eire

ABV: 6%

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Guinness Extra Stout (Original)

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Tasting Notes

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unreticent profile pictureunreticent - June 1, 2013
Smooth with very little aftertaste Caramel yummyness
lrharry29 profile picturelrharry29 - May 4, 2013
I like this on tap better, this is not for everyone though.
dylpaul profile picturedylpaul - April 15, 2013
Too coffee like
R.Oh.Bee profile pictureR.Oh.Bee - March 15, 2013
I got used to Guinness with this type, but I never really enjoyed it.
ace profile pictureace - March 7, 2013
Not bad for a bottled beer. Better as a draft.
specksofdust profile picturespecksofdust - February 23, 2013
The difference between tap and bottle is remarkable. I personally prefer tap, as it has a very metallic taste from the bottle, though others prefer bottle. I used to love this, but as I taste more, find myself thinking it more unpleasant each time. Fantastic with pear cider as a Snakebite.
tcvlex profile picturetcvlex - February 15, 2013
Great when you're in a beer bind - easy to find in a smaller town with a limited selection. A go-to.
ghcool@aol.com profile pictureghcool@aol.com - January 15, 2013
Really really dark almost like soup. Bitter
aaronfranklin13 profile pictureaaronfranklin13 - December 23, 2012
Not as smooth as some other Guinness beers. A coffee flavor seems to leave a bitter aftertaste. Full flavor but I prefer Guinness Black Lager over this or Draught.
Balderstache profile pictureBalderstache - November 28, 2012
Can't go wrong
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