“There is a huge difference between being able to taste this beer in a pint, served straight from barrel, taking it in crystal form. From my perspective, bottled loses almost all the intensity that wins in painting, with an aftertaste that has nothing to do with a beer to another.”
TASTING NOTES: Color: Oharas Irish Stout 50cl has an almost black colour. Smell: Strong smell of roasted malts and cocoa. Mouth: The flavour is surprisingly strong, mainly cocoa while alcohol is not present. ABV: 4% Vol TYPE OF BEER: Stout
TASTING NOTES: Color: Kilkenny has a deep ruby colour and a nice beige foam that lasts long enough leaving some carbonation. Odor: Sweet aroma, complex yeast odors are present. Mouth: Malta, some roasted caramel with a touch of walnut (subtle), reaching...
- Appearance: Guinness 8 Special Export displays an opaque black with a big, frothy head of light brown color, which eventually collapses into a midsize head that lasts throughout good lacing
- Aroma:. Aroma of roasted malt, caramel, toffee and light caramel with touches of black...”
TASTING NOTES: Color: Oharas Irish Red 50cl has a dark red colour. Smell: toasted caramel, coffee, cocoa, malt, alcohol. Mouth: Medium body, fine texture, flat carbonation, malt finish. ABV: 4.3% Vol. TYPE OF BEER: Ale
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Murphy's Irish Red 300ml has a honey color and has a very good high carbonation with low mousse. Aroma: Rich hops, barley and a little acid with the bitterness of yeast. Body / Flavor: The flavor is sweet malt. TYPE OF BEER:...
TASTING NOTES: Color: Guinness Foreign Extra Stout has a black colour. Smell: Aroma of toasted barley, sweet caramel malts very weak and a little red wine. Mouth: Taste of roasted malt and dark fruit, prunes, raisins, roast, bitter finish. ABV: 7.5% Vol....
“- Guinness Foreign Extra Stout captures our gift to the world: deep, rich and satisfying beer.
- Originally brewed in Dublin and first exported in 1802 it's been brewed locally throughout Asia, Africa and the Caribbean since the 1960s. Here, it's the undisputed Guinness beer of choice.
TASTING NOTES: Color: Guinness 440ml is dark amber, almost black, with thick, rich lather that lasts pretty and stained glass. Odor: Tan, very intense. Mouth: very fleshy foam, nice and sweet flavour with little bitterness. ABV: 4.1% Vol TYPE OF BEER:...
“- Now you can enjoy the perfect pub pint at home from a can thanks to the ingenious widget that won a Queen's Award for Technological Advancement in 1991 and has delighted customers ever since.
- The 'widget' is actually a plastic moulded device that sits at the bottom of a can until it's opened...”
“TASTING NOTES OF Ohara's Double Ipa 50cl:
- Appearance: golden orange with a decent white head.
- Aroma: Home malt, spicy, resinous aroma hops is fruity in flavor also detectbale
- Body / Taste: ien balanced but a little shy in general.
BREWERY: Carlow Brewing Compagny
TASTING NOTES OF Magners Cider: Appearance: red amber. Aroma: aromas of apple, caramel, slightly acidic. Body/Flavour: flavors of a variety of caramel apples and some citrus notes. Light body with high carbonation. BREWERY: Heineken. Country: Ireland...
TASTING NOTE Hop Lager House 13: Appearance: golden amber with a dense foam layer Aroma: Light and hoppy with floral notes and citrus Body / Taste: apricot, peach, active, lively and refreshing BREWERY: Guinness Country: Ireland TYPE OF FERMENTATION:...
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Guinness is dark amber in color, almost black, with thick foam and hard enough and drinking spots Smell: roasted, intense Body / taste: very fleshy foam, palatable and sweet, with a little bitterness TYPE OF FERMENTATION: high...
TASTING NOTES OF Oharas Leann Follain : Appearance: Dark brown. - Aroma: Aroma of mocha and sweet wine. Body / Taste: Dark chocolate and vanilla. bitter finish. BREWERY: Beer Country: Ireland BEER TYPE: Irish Extra Sout ABV: 6%
“After years of Guinness marketed again once a new beer o a.. Dublin Porter. This beer is inspired by a recipe from the 19th century, the golden age of Irish Porters. Porter beer was at the beer for the working man who was drunk after a long hard day. The current Guinness Dublin Porter would not...”
TASTING NOTES * Guinness Draft (can) 50cl * : Color and presentation: The Guinness is dark amber, almost black, with thick foam and quite firm Aroma: roasted, intense Taste: very fleshy mousse, pleasant and sweet taste, with a little bitterness BREWERY:...
TASTING NOTES OF Guinness West Indies Porter 50cl : Appearance: dark mahogany brown, opaque, but not hazy Aroma: aromas of chocolate, coffee and toast Body / Taste: Palate aqueous and high carbonation. Fruity flavor. Red berries, cassis, medium toast...
“Guinness has once again finally bothered to release a new beer. There is useful response to the current trend of hoppy beers by making a hopppige Porter. The recipe is based on a diary entry from 1801 that comes from the first Guinness brewers. Besides the extra hop flavor has gained more depth...”
“TASTING NOTES OF Oharas Leann Follain Barrel Aged 75cl:
- Appearance: Black with a light brown head.
- Aroma: The aroma is sweet, roasted malt, black chocolate, wood and light whiskey
- Body / Taste: The palate is very sweet and quite bitter. Final moderate bitter and dry toast.
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Oharas Leann Follain 50cl is shown opaque black, tan foam, almost brown. Aroma: Complex aromas of chocolate, clean, light smoky notes and nuances of coffee. Body / Taste: The taste of roasted malt, with complex flavors of chocolate...
...body, with an intense flavor that combines sweet and sour and acid touches. It shows a refreshing and rich flavor. BREWERY: Guinness. COUNTRY: Ireland. TYPE OF FERMENTATION: The Guinness is brewed through cooking and distillation of the best crops of...
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