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reviewed Brookly Brewery Black Chocolate Stout. March 05, 2011
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Brookly Brewery Black Chocolate Stout
A pitch black body laced with pleasantly modest carbonation with good staying power resides underneath a dark tan head that dissipates virtually instantly after the pour. The aromas and the flavours match …
reviewed Guinness Draught. November 08, 2010
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Guinness
I am going to review Guinness Draft not as a beer snob but as a home brewer.  I don't drink much beer I buy because I brew enough mead and beer for myself and probably my friends too :-).   …
reviewed Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel. November 07, 2010
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Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel
Here's the commercial description of this creamy dark beer:      Péché Mortel (French for "Mortal Sin") is an intensely black and dense beer with very …
posted a Quick Tip about Guinness Draught. August 12, 2010
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Guinness
For me, the darker the better!!! If I can stand a spoon up in it, it is good to go!!! Great bitter taste. However, consider the fact that my favorite beer is free beer, and my all time favorite beer is, …
posted a Quick Tip about Guinness Draught. March 18, 2010
Guinness
The perfect breakfast beer.
posted a Quick Tip about Guinness Draught. March 05, 2010
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Guinness
my go to choice when having a beer. people think its heavy because of the color, but i find it so refreshing. it tastes healthy too, right?
reviewed Schlafly Coffee Stout. March 05, 2010
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Schlafly Coffee Stout
I love my stouts….there’s nothing like a nice stout in front of a roaring fire on a cold winter’s day. The smoke of a wood fire complements very well the roasted malt, chocolate and …
posted a Quick Tip about Guinness Draught. March 04, 2010
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Guinness
Guinness is my chocolate milk.
reviewed Goose Island Bourbon County Stout. February 26, 2010
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Goose Island Bourbon County Stout
Goose Island was kind enough to send me a sample of their Bourbon County Stout at one time, and I am finally got around to reviewing it. a few weeks later. Goose Island is a brewery out of the Windy City, …
posted a Quick Tip about Guinness Draught. February 21, 2010
Guinness
Great in Ireland, esp. Dublin but awful in the rest of the world. I'm no beer drinker but like it on the tap (in Ireland, ie)!
reviewed Guinness Draught. February 19, 2010
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Guinness
Everyone's heard of Guinness. even if you don't drink beer, you've heard of Guinness.  As the gentleman in the TV ads would say, their marketing is, "brilliant!" Unfortunately, their beer …
reviewed Young's Luxury Double Chocolate Stout. February 19, 2010
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Young's Luxury Double Chocolate Stout
Young’s is a brewery based in England, and according to their Web site they have been brewing beer since 1581! I’ve tried several of their brews, and you almost can’t go wrong with …
reviewed Black Albert Royal Stout. January 22, 2010
Black Albert Royal Stout
About a week or two ago I bought a 12-ounce bottle of Black Albert, a “royal” stout from Belgium. It left my wallet 10 bucks lighter. In response to all skeptical looks: The Buds and the Millers …
reviewed Fade to Black Volume 1. December 16, 2009
Fade to Black Volume 1
Fade to Black is an export stout from Left Hand Brewing, a brewery I’ve subconsciously snubbed until now because I didn’t like their labels (their web site is pretty cool, though). But this …
posted a Quick Tip about Guinness Draught. October 25, 2009
Guinness
This stuff reminds me of used motor oil. Gross!
reviewed Sam Adams Imperial Stout. April 26, 2009
SamAdams Imperial
Sam Adams can no longer be called a micro brewery but has maintained a high standard and occasionally attempts to break the mold of its ordinary and some would say pedestrian line up.   While beers …
reviewed Guinness Draught. February 27, 2009
Guinness
I'm not too into dark beers, but Guinness does have a pretty nice, crisp finish.  I prefer it as part of a "black and tan" (half Guinness, half Bass Ale) but can certainly finish one or two pints …
reviewed Guinness Draught. December 10, 2008
Guinness
Guinness is one of my favorite beers.  The thick, creamy brew feels like you're almost drinking a dessert.  Interestingly enough, a Guinness has less calories than the same amount of a regular …
reviewed Guinness Draught. December 10, 2008
Guinness
I have to begin by saying that I'm a little bias when it comes to beer. There are so many beers that I haven't tried, but of the ones that I have had, I can be very picky. I don't really care for American …
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