Vince Brennan (oldmusicproject at yahoo.com) on 2006-04-15 01:09:59 wrote:
That should'a read "horses'-uring".... sorry about that, girls!
Vince Brennan (oldmusicproject at yahoo.com) on 2006-04-15 01:08:47 wrote:
Feckin' wonderful, it is! A close second to Mackeson's triple "X"stout (the
absolute finest going anywhere!) but a strong, dark tasteand (to me, at least) a
wonderful malty finish. The nice thing aboutit is the last one tastes as good
as the first one, but it IS anacquired taste, as are all stouts. Those of youse
Yanks as likehores-urine passing itself off as beer will never be converts to
thisstuff, but I love it truly.
Guinness follower () on 2006-02-03 09:59:45 wrote:
ahhh as a new beer drinker .. Ive tried a lot of beer. Im not intolite beer
anymore, its too weak, no flavor. Theres no favor there.Guinness is the first
beer that actually satisfied almost every tastebud in my mouth. Yes, it kinda
tastes like chocolate coffee with akick. But Damn, Its a full on meal! I dont
know a lot about thehistory of beer but Im guessing that guinness would be close
to whatthe brewers first created. I gave it a 9 due to the fact it needs abit
more "kick". Add about 5% more alcohol and its a 10!
Dave (%00) on 2006-01-07 12:15:44 wrote:
God drinks Guinness
Jonathan (jhuckabay at yahoo.com) on 2005-12-02 02:58:27 wrote:
strong, mellow at first and with a bitter aftertaste. Sailors(pre-1850) loved
this beer because its high alcohol content preservedit.
RF () on 2005-06-12 11:35:50 wrote:
I enjoy stout style beer a great deal, and I think Guinness extrastout is one of
the very best of them. Many people complain aboutthis beer, but you also see
lots of bud-fright and coors-frightdrinkers.
Um () on 2003-11-20 01:05:59 wrote:
Even though I know where they get the water from, I still drink it. Imust be an
alco or something...
Rad (rad_man at excite.com) on 2003-10-27 12:10:21 wrote:
I thought this was a BEER website. This isn't even even beer. Sure ithas it's
place and it's fans but how can you compare this withanything listed on this
Justin Danser (dansertrk at verizon.net) on 2003-10-08 08:37:26 wrote:
Taste is exactly what's advertised. Stout. Goes well with red meat ora nice
() on 2003-09-07 03:40:38 wrote:
GUINESS EXTRA STOUT IS SUPERB.PERIOD .END OF SENTENCE.
() on 2003-09-07 03:40:34 wrote:
GUINESS EXTRA STOUT IS SUPERB.PERIOD .END OF SENTENCE.
Michael Connor (merkur_190 at yahoo.com) on 2002-12-19 05:48:48 wrote:
Tastes like cold coffee.
Kenneth D. Sheppard (papashepp at aol.com) on 2002-11-19 11:10:04 wrote:
This is the only beer I drink, and have for many years. Is itpossible to get
wome kind of coupons from guiness?
JT (JRTURNEY4) on 2002-09-23 07:54:57 wrote:
IT'S THE NECTAR OF THE GODS. ENOUGH SAID.
() on 2002-02-11 08:14:27 wrote:
Try to tame a Lion Stout. I wish it didn't have such a powerfulalcohol content,
cause i'd drink more of them. It also has ten timesthe taste. Guinness is a damn
fine grog, i started with it. Lion justthat damn good.
Martin (dubliner at sms.at) on 2001-03-20 08:23:59 wrote:
Every sip bring me closer to my dreams and far away from any troubles
the DieseL, Crew & the Rig (soxfanlee at hotmail.com) on 2001-01-27 01:49:21 wrote:
Dear Guinness, As we were sitting around on a rained out work day, we
werethinkin' about "pussy every time". 'Cuz when you drink the Guinnessdiesel,
you never fail to weasel your way, your smooth movin' way,into the world of a
fine young thang.
Tom Jameson (tsjameson at hotmail.com) on 2000-05-12 07:52:13 wrote:
Simply put: The best beer out there. Anyone who thinks that thisbeer is no
good needs to terminate themselves. I am still confused,though, as to why it
says everywhere that Guinnes is only 5% alcoholwhen it kicks your arse 20 times
more than beers that are supposedlystonger (Budweiser). Drink Guinness and kick
Vladimir Vladiwostok (jan at hotmail.com) on 2000-03-05 09:22:50 wrote:
The opposite of Oranjeboom. This IS beer.Great taste.I never drink anything else
for the rest of my life.
Graham (inno_a_satana66 at hotmail.com) on 1999-11-30 02:15:11 wrote:
Guinness = liquid tar.
Harry (harry_calhoun at gecmc.ge.com) on 1999-10-06 06:48:00 wrote:
Just delicious. This and Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout and Taddy Porterare my
favorite "winter" beers.
Cherokee Cain (cherokeesan at hotmail.com) on 1999-04-28 05:37:37 wrote:
Not as good as just plain ol' Guinness on tap, but an excellent beer. This is
great when you're in the mood fora beer just a little stronger than regular
L. Beerdrinker (Milwaukee, WI) on 1999-04-01 02:44:07 wrote:
This shit is just dirty river water in a bottle! I hate it!
eugene gonzalez () on 1999-03-30 03:16:28 wrote:
I think it is one of the finnest beer that I´ve evertasted.
Patrick aka Pmoney (Stiffmonkey at hotmail.com) on 1998-10-23 02:27:52 wrote:
i never get hangovers and i never get sickbut this stuff upset my stomachand i
have had alot to drink and alot of differentdrinksi dont know why this stuff
just rough on my stomachtasted okay, i finished it, just a lil rumbleinggood
though i like it
Wade McClain (wademcc at ou.edu) on 1998-09-22 01:05:48 wrote:
This is the greatest creation of mankind. Best from the can,of course, but from
the bottle it still eclipses every other beer I have tasted. Na neart go
Joe Gunby (jgunby at loki.berry.edu) on 1998-09-13 03:47:22 wrote:
Although best on draught, it stills has a fine tast out of the bottle.The big
brother to the pub draught in a can, this is the standard for allstout beers.
"A Guinness a dayfor strength."
Daniel "Katschor" Nowok (dnowok at friko5.onet.pl) on 1998-05-21 02:01:03 wrote:
I looooove it more.Kooooocham je bardziej.
Pierre Landriau (plandria at dipix.com) on 1998-03-23 10:43:57 wrote:
I've drank many a Guinness and found it pleasant in the mouthbut for some reason
I just don't like the finish.
Carl Dieringer () on 1998-01-26 12:29:55 wrote:
Tastes Good. It's like ameal in a bottle.