darkvader7599 (2) - Dublin, IRELAND - NOV 28, 2001 does not count
Warning if your in America Pay the money and import it from my home town. If you don't you'll be sorry. Englander1986 (51) - Middlesbrough, ENGLAND - NOV 8, 2006
The original drink is always the best. I have been drinking this for a number of years and I dont intend to stop. Absolutely gorgeous taste when freezing cold, if bought in bottles, its best to leave them in the fridge overnight to get the best temp. Or bung it into the freezer for about 30 minutes, whichever you prefer. :) cobra182 (1) - IRELAND - DEC 21, 2012 does not count
The best stout the world has seen. Always the best in a pint at the pub in IRL. Smooth and creamy as it should be. mtwhitney (168) - Maui, Hawaii, USA - JUN 7, 2013
I have never had this as it is not available in the USA. Just had it in England, and it is superb. The best. Better than the Canadian version. Perfectly balanced. Nisse666 (7682) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 5, 2010
Ett en av de bästa ölminnena - längst upp i museet i Dublin.
HarmonKill-a-Brew (407) - Wilmar, Arkansas, USA - APR 3, 2002
This beer definately lives up to its billing! I waited so long to try it because people used words like bitter and sour to descibe it. The bitterness is a good kind of bitterness and to me the sour notes were just barely detectable. The best beer I have tried so far. Update: I'm not changing any scores, just wanted to point out that the Guinness Extra Stout I rated came from Ireland, not Canada. vento76_2 (56) - - DEC 29, 2013
Una delle migliori stout in circolazione. Ricetta collaudata e sempre buona anche se variano temperatura e stagione. princepurple (22) - wirral, Merseyside, ENGLAND - APR 14, 2015
I find this near enough one and the same with the continental europe type, so see its review for my feedback EFC1878 (315) - Manchester, Greater Manchester, ENGLAND - SEP 24, 2008
Bottle. Unfortunately it’s no longer available in its bottle conditioned form when it was a match for any beer. Pours very dark with beige head that lasts down the glass. Aroma is an immediate hit of burnt malts with a bit of treacle, coffee and hop thrown in. Intensely bitter on the tongue, the mix between malt and hop is near perfect. For all its carbonation it is a remarkably smooth drink. Very dry in the finish. I must try to find the Irish unpasteurised version.