mrbarleypop99 (8) - USA - JAN 4, 2002 does not count
yum, a meal in a can! excellent
irish stout...when served at the
correct temp. Crow99 (6) - Adelaide, AUSTRALIA - JAN 4, 2002 does not count
If theres a nicer drink to have sitting by a fire on a miserable winters day Ive yet to find it.
beautiful full rich taste. MisterBungle99 (6) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 3, 2002 does not count
The kind of beer you can really sink your teeth into. It makes me understand what Homer means when he says, 'Mmmmmm....Beer.' RyanD99 (7) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 3, 2002 does not count
Mmmmmmmm.....I love this beer. Tasty anytime, especially in the icy Wisconsin winter. Murphy's Irish Stout is a very strong contender here as well. texasanarchist99 (15) - Huntsville, Texas, USA - JAN 3, 2002
A fine beer . . . but Eire makes better brews...............................
JohnC (3009) - Mission Viejo, California, USA - JAN 1, 2002
I found this beer to be watery & flat. To be sure that I just didn't have a bad six pack, I tried it @ other people's houses fm 6'ers they bought. Every time, flat & watery. I was expecting more. snowpatrol99 (4) - graignamanagh, IRELAND - DEC 29, 2001 does not count
powerfull stuff in every way.nice and thick and when drawn right theres no better Dragonblaze99 (353) - Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 29, 2001
Overrated to the extreme. It's very rare I ran into a stout with no body to speak of, nor much of a taste. My recommendation: give this one a skip if you want a good stout with some BODY to it! BillKismet (4218) - Seattle, Washington, USA - DEC 27, 2001
THE standard for Irish stouts. Creamy, frothy head, with a dry, thick body. Hint of carmel, with a roasted slightly burnt hoppiness in the after-taste. A solid staple stout of in and out of irish bars. outlaw99 (14) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 25, 2001
First impression was Valvoline mixed with chocolate. Bitter with somewhat weak flavour underneath. Holds together quite well, and is refreshing. Not bad, but maybe overrated.