Good Alternatives to Guinness

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SaintMatty
beers 9533 º places 378 º 06:59 Fri 3/15/2013
 
MannyGoldberg
beers 208 º places 31 º 09:57 Fri 3/15/2013

Me and my Irish mates be will celebrating this coming Sunday by caning lambics and saisons in the safety of someone’s house. Far away from the part-timers.

 
harrisoni
beers 24377 º places 68 º 11:07 Fri 3/15/2013

Dark Star Sussex Stout.

 
cgarvieuk
beers 34446 º places 453 º 11:18 Fri 3/15/2013

Black Isle porter. Replaced Guinness in loads of pubs

 
SaintMatty
beers 9533 º places 378 º 13:44 Fri 3/15/2013

I am not sure if it’s still the case, but I remember when Hopback replaced Guinness and decided to sell Entire Stout in all of its pubs instead.

 
mR_fr0g
beers 24742 º places 44 º 15:11 Fri 3/15/2013

So the guardian could only think of 4 stouts and then skip to a porter. Rubbish.

 
mR_fr0g
beers 24742 º places 44 º 15:38 Fri 3/15/2013
 
Sigmund
beers 11885 º places 423 º 05:39 Sat 3/16/2013

Anything from The Porterhouse would be, if not stellar, at least better than Guinness. AND it would be brewed in a brewery owned by Irishmen, in stead of an evil multinational corporate company.

 
evergreen0199
beers 5126 º 06:12 Sat 3/16/2013

Porterhouse Oyster Stout made with real oysters would be my Guinness replacement. Available in Covent Garden.

 
harrisoni
beers 24377 º places 68 º 06:58 Sat 3/16/2013

Originally posted by Sigmund
Anything from The Porterhouse would be, if not stellar, at least better than Guinness.
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Yes any of the standard dark beers are better than Guinness. The Wrasselers in particular is very good.

 
wheresthepath
beers 3165 º places 232 º 06:05 Tue 3/19/2013

Always thought Murphys was far better than Guinness anyway. Interested to see the article mentioned Wadworth’s Corvus - a surprisingly excellent stout.



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