St. Patrick’s Day Irish Stout showdown – Guinness vs. Beamish

With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to pit two traditional Irish Stouts against one another. I chose the king of Irish Stouts, Guinness (Dublin), and a lesser known rival, Beamish (Cork).

Does Guinness deserve the hype and top spot of the Irish Stout market? Watch and find out!

Have a happy and safe St. Patrick’s Day!

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5 Responses to St. Patrick’s Day Irish Stout showdown – Guinness vs. Beamish

  1. Smitty says:

    I love the hair, Brian. You guys are funny as can be. I love it.

  2. Mark says:

    Where’s my representation for Murphy’s!?!?! Don’t worry, Brian I haven’t trusted anything you’ve said for years ;) I’m really liking these webisodes; keep up the awesome work!

  3. Brian says:

    I couldn’t find any Murphy’s around these parts. That’s the biggest disadvantage of being a “local” beer blogger. My selection is really limited based on what I can find in the stores around here. I need to start taking more road trips!

  4. brewboy says:

    what? no car bomb?

    * 1/2 oz. Irish Cream (Bailey’s)
    * 1/2 pint Stout (Guinness)
    * 1/2 oz. Whiskey, Irish (Jameson)

    Pour half a pint of chilled Guinness into a beer mug and let it settle. Take a shot glass filled with 1/2 oz. of Irish whiskey on the bottom and 1/2 oz. of Irish cream on top. Drop the shot glass into the Guinness and chug.

    rinse repeat

  5. Brian says:

    Those are delicious, but it gives me a headache just thinking about it! :)

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