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Name

Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

Guinness Foreign Extra Stout bottle by Guinness
Country Ireland
Bottle size 0.33 l.
Alc vol 7.5 %
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Comments Bought from KBS-Estonia tour 1996


Supplied by Bought from KBS-Estonia tour 1996
Brewery Guinness
Brewery located in Dublin
Also from same brewery

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Average:7.55
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Robeer (allanmckay at xtra) on 2010-03-31 01:14:09 wrote:
This has some of the best roasted malt flavours around,this for me is the best
version of Guinness.Strong finish beer,nice colour,cool bottle.I rate it highly.


Admiral-SirJohn (spammenot at totmm.com) on 2006-09-15 12:04:51 wrote:
This stuff goes skunky way too fast. Put this stuff undersupermarket lights for
a week, and you've got vinegar.That said, if you're lucky enough to get to a
bottle beforeit goes skunky (good luck! I've only done it once in 15 years),you
will have a taste experience better than any you haveever encountered before or
since.If you're willing to gamble, I recommend it. However, ifyou're looking
for consistent quality, you'd do better withthe Pub Draught.


Morgan (bonthefarmb at aol.com) on 2006-04-21 12:48:23 wrote:
I enjoyed a couple bottles, 3 bucks each, on the island of Tortola.Delicious, my
favorite Guinness. How can I get it in the states??


njtromp (nijatro at hotmail .com) on 2006-02-07 09:00:39 wrote:
guiness one word good


jason (antsmith30 at hotmail.com) on 2005-10-24 06:31:23 wrote:
the stronger side of the black stuff!!a very enjoyable drink,drink cold from a
large glass and you will get the besttaste.


bruce (timmysilly at hotmail.com) on 2005-06-17 04:36:51 wrote:
This beer is very good. I find the regular draught- light and waterywithout
much body. Keep in mind the regular draight is low alcohol(4.2%) with low
calorie and carbs.. This still maintains the stoutcharacteristics one would
expect and sports a 6 % abvI still think there are many other stouts that SMOKE
this. It is amacrobrewed beer after all. My favorite stout is Bell's Double
Cream,and Bell's Kalamazoo stout. They are both 5 times better thanGuiness.


PAUL (PAULS1MM at aol.com) on 2004-07-23 01:01:04 wrote:
GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH? Belguim researchers did a study and found thatdarkbeer -
like Guinnes Extra Stout - actually helped unclogg arteries. Personally, once
you hada excellent beer like Guiness Extra Stout, it hard to go back to alite
beer.


PAUL (PAULS1MM) on 2004-07-23 01:00:55 wrote:
GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH? Belguim researchers did a study and found thatdarkbeer -
like Guinnes Extra Stout - actually helped unclogg arteries. Personally, once
you hada excellent beer like Guiness Extra Stout, it hard to go back to alite
beer.


() on 2003-11-20 02:50:01 wrote:
his beer was introduced in Ireland to cater for the growing Nigeriancommunity
who are used to drinkining stronger strenght Guinness fromthe Guinness brewery
in Nigeria.


Charlie, London () on 2002-10-18 11:40:46 wrote:
1st time it tasted nasty but after dat it gets better an better goodfor your
dick aswell


Paul S (Edinburgh, Scotland) on 2002-04-13 03:49:35 wrote:
Superb drop.A drink to be savoured. I asked for half a pint of Guinness at the
baron the 5th floor of Harvey Nicholls department store in Knightsbridgein
London and I got given a bottle of this stuff.4.50 but almost worth it !!


Rob Grace (robert at allman.co.uk) on 2001-04-20 04:53:52 wrote:
This is the best guinness, by a long way-the cunning chocolaty tasteis
distinctive to say the least.This is a proper stout!!!!!!!


William (verruckterhund at hotmail.com) on 1999-10-25 12:00:20 wrote:
Excellent. One of my all time favorites. Thick, toasty, and malty withjust the
right hop balance. I love this stuff.


David Pribish (pribisd at alleg.edu) on 1998-11-01 01:13:31 wrote:
This beer is one of thr best beers I have evertasted. It is superb!


Carnell Washington Jr. (carwashi at msn.com) on 1998-08-25 04:57:29 wrote:
You just cant beat a GUINESS


FANF (jdmarchett at teaser.fr) on 1998-05-02 01:30:46 wrote:
Best thing human never done after Love.Don't worry, be happy, drink a guiness,
and everithing gonna beallright? no woman no cry !!!


Allen Garvin (earendil at faeryland.tamu-commerce.edu) on 1997-11-20 07:47:54 wrote:
This certainly isn't draught Guinness. Don't get themconfused. This is not a
session beer that you want todrink one after another. Instead, you should
carefullypour it into a glass, let it settle a little bit, and thenslowly drink
it, savoring every mouthful. It's a complexbeer with a wonderful roastiness
that improves with age.One of the finest beers in the world by one of the
largestbeer makers. This should be a lesson to other megabreweries.


Mark Stuhlmiller (mjs7 at acsu.buffalo.edu) on 1997-08-07 09:44:10 wrote:
Guiness Foreign Extra Stout, as I tried it in Belgium, was either 8%or 12%
alcohol. It closely resembles what you get in the states underthe Extra Stout
label. Anyways, you'll either love it or hate itbecause it is a unique beer. I
love it and cannot get enough of it! Although some may actually complain about
the difference between thetap and this bottled version, the taste grows on you
unbelievablyquick until you'd rather have the bottled version because the
taptastes like water. As bold and strong as a stout should be, Guinessis pure
bliss. If you like your coffee black, you will love thisbeer!!


Jim in New Jersey () on 1997-05-11 06:06:21 wrote:
This is probably the finest stout avaiable. At first I thought thatthe draught
was superior, but after trying it a few more times, I findthe bottle superior to
the draught. It has so much more of anintricate flavor. The nitrogen version
is the worst of the three, yetit is still fantastic.


Rodent (weasel at dfw.net) on 1997-03-23 10:17:11 wrote:
This ranks 3rd to Guinness on tap and the pub draft Guinness (can withnitrogen
cartridge) However, Guinness is the best of the stouts I havetried, both bottled
and on tap, in both the US and abroad. My onlycomplaint is that your bowels
might be upset for a day or so after 7-8pints.


Steve (srt9 at columbia.edu) on 1997-03-10 12:57:27 wrote:
This beer is one of the best beers that I have ever tasted. It is strong, but
smooth. If you are interestedin savoring a truly exceptional beer, which can be
purchasedin almost any part of the world, this is the beer totry.


Ben gorman () on 1997-03-02 10:25:42 wrote:
This beer is absolutely horrible. The stout taste made me barf. Iwould strongly
suggest that you do not buy this beverage if you careabout your health.


Herb () on 1997-02-24 06:12:57 wrote:
DIVINE!


() on 1997-01-28 01:34:44 wrote:
Utterly suberb!


Alf Lovbo (affe at kiruna.se) on 1996-01-01 12:00:00 wrote:
I didn't like Guinness on bottle - tasted once and never again.The taste is
very far from the superb tap-taste and from the almost as good can.


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