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Old 03-17-2005, 08:48 AM   #1
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If you want to venture past Guinness today...

If you want to venture past Guinness today... and can find these.

Beamish Irish Stout
Fairly full-bodied, this stout has a roasty character with a pleasing hint of smoke and gentle coffee notes.

Diamond Bear Irish Red
The beautiful reddish-amber color of this ale hints at the notes of caramel, butterscotch, restrained fruitiness, and light roast in its flavor.

Double Dragon
This 4.2-percent-alcohol ale is a soft and gentle brew, with notes of orange and milk chocolate in the aroma and an off-dry and mildly fruity body.

Goose Island Kilgubbin Red Ale
A deep-amber ale with a nutty, lightly fruity nose and hint of fruit and dried leaf in the balanced, quenching body.

Great Divide Saint Bridget's Porter
A trace of chocolate in the aroma of this deep-brown porter signals its sweet mocha start, followed by a roastier, coffeelike body and toasty finish.

Guinness Pub Draught
It might look intimidating, but this famed stout is fairly light in body, dry, and roasty. It finishes with a hint of burnt toast.

Harpoon Hibernian Irish-Style Red Ale
Rich caramel and butterscotch nose, with sumptuous malt and soft, woody hop in the body and finish.

Murphy's Irish Red
Very soft and smooth, with a sweetish aroma and light-bodied, faintly roasted character.

Murphy's Irish Stout
The softest of Ireland's Big Three, this is a malty, softly chocolaty ale, without so much of the appetizing dryness of Guinness or Beamish.

O'Hara's Irish Stout
Some chocolate sweetness up front is followed by a firmly malted yet dry and roasted character, then an appetizingly bitter and faintly tart finish.

Smithwick's Irish Ale
Lightly sweet and butterscotch on the nose, medium-bodied, and gently fruity, with a drying note of bitterness on the finish.

Welsh ESB
Defined as much by malty sweetness as by its hoppy bitterness. Robust fruit on the nose and a balanced caramel malt and slightly tannic hoppiness in the body.
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Old 03-17-2005, 09:02 AM   #2
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NO!

Not a bottled one anyway.
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Old 03-17-2005, 09:04 AM   #3
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What about Harp?? Harp and Bass the "Traditional" Black and Tan!
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Old 03-17-2005, 09:09 AM   #4
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Harp and Bass? The traditional Black and Tan?
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Old 03-17-2005, 09:28 AM   #5
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Alright, I had a typo you guys knew what I meant!
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Old 03-17-2005, 09:35 AM   #6
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Black & Tan - Guinness and Bass Ale
Bumble Bee - Guinness and Boddingtons
Black & Red - Guinness and Killian's Irish Red
Brown & Black - Newcastle Brown Ale and Guiness
Black & Blue - Guiness and Blue Moon
Guinness SnakeBite - Guinness and Woodchuck Cider
Bass SnakeBite - Bass Ale and Woodchuck Cider
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Here's what I meant!
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My favorite Guinness blend.

Black on Black - Guinness topped with another Guinness
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Do any of you freakin people have jobs? Susan, be careful of your "coif" while you "quaf."
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NO, I don't your point???
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