Willdrink4beer99 (9) - USA - APR 2, 2002 does not count
the best, smooth and creamy, a wonderfull beer. kebu5299 (5) - Laurel, Mississippi, USA - APR 2, 2002 does not count
The originating benchmark. All the others can only dream of getting close to it. grymy (105) - Bel Air, Maryland, USA - APR 14, 2002
UPDATED: APR 21, 2005 excellent think creamy body with delicious think head that last for the first few sips, even better on tap and in a black tan naes66699 (18) - USA - APR 23, 2002
mess with the best, die like the rest, absolutely perfect! MaDoG99 (20) - Orlando, Florida, USA - APR 30, 2002
I didn’t like it at first, but it has become one of my favorite beers. It need to be on tap, or else it can taste like motor oil.
jbak (111) - Torrington, Connecticut, USA - MAY 5, 2002
The only way to make Guinness better was to make it more portable, no glasses needed here and they did an awesome job!!!! ricman0199 (1) - USA - JUN 7, 2002 does not count
Many people think this is a ’heavy’ beer...it actually has only 10 calories/ounce, almost as few as american light beers! beerlovinman99 (124) - USA - JUL 7, 2002
The standard by which all stouts should be measured. It’s solid, life-affirming, hearty -- the mothers’ milk of stout. guinness4life (37) - USA - JUL 25, 2002
Guinness is the greatest beer - ever. I routinely drink many, many pints of this. Rich, creamy slight chocolate taste. No aftertaste. Beautifully bitter and dark with full-bodied head. Guinness, God and Family are the most important things in my life. If you can’t get it on tap , the pub draught cans are the best alternative. The draught bottles are too watery and the extra stout bottles have a burnt aftertaste. Guinness is good for you!