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  • I find Guinness really tasty

    32 69.57%
  • I don't find Guinness so much tasty

    9 19.57%
  • I haven't drunk Guinness yet

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    Well, a topic on that famous beer. I wonder if you find it tasty or not, because I drank it once in my life, but unfortunately didn't find anything tasty about it. Except it was unbelievably expensive (about 5 times more expensive than our beers), a friend of mine (who tasted it for the first time as well) noted that it tasted like you have put an ash into normal light beer. But you know, I'm from central Europe, we have our own beer culture here, so maybe it's only a thing of custom..

    So, whether it is Guiness or something different.. cheers

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    It's the only beer I drink.

    And . . . there's a pork chop in every pint!
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    EDITED, DAMMIT:It's Guinness, goddammit! Sacrilege!


    Edit: Oh... I guess that pretty much says how much I like the good old Guinness. I think it rocks.
    Last edited by Valiant; 12-13-2008 at 03:35 PM.

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    Well, it sucks here, and I love dark beer. I've heard its good outside of the U.S., though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    It's Guinness, goddammit! Sacrelige!
    Sacrilege*
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    It's Guinness, goddammit! Sacrelige!
    It's Sacrilege, goddammit! Sacrilege!

    Oh, the irony.

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    I've only tasted it mixed with a Tia Maria so far, and that wasn't all that impressive. But I hear it's good for Iron deficient people, so I'm going to get round to trying it alone one day.
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    I like guiness, though my favorite irish beer is smithwick's.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Guiness is good for you!!!!

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    Well, you know guys, you are from the angloamerican zones , so "Irish school" is somehow natural to you, but we have different beer giants here, like Pilsner or Kelt, maybe we and you are just used to something different..

    cheers

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