I've not had Guiness in England but in America they make two kinds of Guiness, Draft and extra stout and they couldn't be more different.i was just there, and to tell u the truth, erase what flavor you have as guiness that you drank here. it is a totally different beer and it is incredible, it tastes so much different that normally i wouldn't drink one here cause of its bitter (yet delicious) taste, but over there it is almost sweet so i would say yes.
indeed, but Extra Stout is not available in Draft beer at a bar i dont believe. so most of the time if one buys the draft in can/bottle or at the local bar is more than likely the Draught selection of the brand. But even the Draught in England and in Ireland is must sweeter tasting than it is here, it has to do with time (transportation time to the US) and believe it or not the taps at local bars that give it a taste we know and love.I've not had Guiness in England but in America they make two kinds of Guiness, Draft and extra stout and they couldn't be more different.
criddler draught to me is less acidic in taste and has a larger creamey head that lasts longer the extrer stout is a much more acidic taste with little head and i just dont like it without the head its nothing but a nasty taste that burns my throatI've not had Guiness in England but in America they make two kinds of Guiness, Draft and extra stout and they couldn't be more different.
yep what has britian come to not being allowed to smoke in the pub WTF its a tradition to sit down to a pint and have a smoke my dad well he dosent smoke but my grandad he would do it evreyday after work and we dont even have the option to have some pubs just for smokers thats what ive been hearing a lot of of late for the goverment to allow certen pubs to open just for smokers but no i say its thanks to the damm EU thanks brussels thanks a lotjust dont plan on smoking in the pubs.