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Brewed By: Guinness Ltd.

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Average Rating:
6.88626

Number of Ratings: 1820

Style: Foreign / Export Stout

Brewed In: St. James Gate, Dublin, Eire

ABV: 7.50%

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Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

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Tasting Notes

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robert.zovko@yahoo.com profile picturerobert.zovko@yahoo.com - March 11, 2017
Good like most Guinness beers. Stronger than the regular
Peppery C profile picturePeppery C - February 10, 2017
Possibly perfection but that's something to always strive for!!!!
Bajan profile pictureBajan - January 31, 2017
A hoppier stout than the usual bottled Guinness Stout. Hints of IPA along with the chocolate smoky taste of the usual Guinness Stout.
dloon65@gmail.com profile picturedloon65@gmail.com - September 6, 2016
Much more flavor than regular Guinness and with an extra punch.
willybilly profile picturewillybilly - July 13, 2016
Normally I like but here in the UAE it is watery and dirty wood tasting.
jasonorbesmith@gmail.com profile picturejasonorbesmith@gmail.com - April 29, 2016
Dark and Guinness but extra rich.
festiv1030@yahoo.com profile picturefestiv1030@yahoo.com - April 18, 2016
Rich and the most tasty Guinness of all
aaf145 profile pictureaaf145 - August 9, 2015
More of a black IPA.in my opinion.. But still respectable.. Nice bite of hops followed by a coffee flavor from the roasted barley..
ryanthelion76 profile pictureryanthelion76 - January 5, 2014
Almost coffee-like in taste and aroma. When sipped, is an excellent beer to pour into a stout glass, kick back, and enjoy. The slight harshness forces you to take it slow, prolonging the experience. Excellent when paired with milk chocolate truffles.
ebriolus profile pictureebriolus - November 16, 2013
Dark, walnut body with thick persistent tan head. Slowly recedes clinging to the glass leaving a web of tan lace. Aroma is dominated by roasted malt, smoke with hints of alcohol, cherries, dark fruit and wood, spicy hops. Spicy hops, smoke, roasted malt, coffee, chocolate are all present on the palette. Bitterness is evident but doesn't overwhelm. Dark fruits linger with a smoky dry finish. Pleasantly surprised by this beer. Regular Guinness draft stout pales in comparison to this version.
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