Guinness Beer Glass 440Ml Capacity Full to Brim from Can Gift Boxed (1 Glass)
About this deal
Choose well, buy better and save money using our expert tips Get our Weekly Scoop newsletter - it's free If you're looking for a housewarming gift for someone who loves Guinness, then this Guinness Pint Glass Set is the perfect choice!
Appearance- did the drink look appealing? Was there clear separation between the dark body and the creamy white head? Did it look flat or lively?Update 11/11/2020: Guinness has announced a recall of Guinness 0.0, due to a contamination which it says may make some cans unsafe to drink. Both drinks were enjoyed immensely, but for our two tasters the Guinness Draught came out on top. Could we tell the Guinness 0.0 from the Guinness Draught? The tasters rated both Guinness types highly in appearance, with the characteristic dark and ruby body and creamy white head appealing to tasters in equal measure.
Whilst I have never been a heavy drinker, I have enjoyed a pint of Guinness all of my life. I was delighted when Guinness ’00’ was launched and I do thoroughly, thoroughly enjoy it. The canned version is undoubtedly the nearest to draught I have ever sampled; excellent… but…The novice Guinness drinker mostly thought that the Guinness 0.0 was the Guinness Draught and that the Guinness Draught was the Guinness 0.0, but they were nonetheless able to notice that the two drinks were slightly different.
A true icon, Guinness Draught was created to celebrate Arthur Guinness signing his 9000-year lease. A fitting tribute, if ever there was one, to over two centuries of trailblazing brewing. Cheers Mind pale ale from @fierceandnoble . Bready malts, peppery spice and grapefruit citrus on the nose. Bitterness when we taste, grapefruit citrus and earthy pine, this carries on through the drink. Some tropical and stone fruit manages to peek through free-beer.co.uk/fierce-noble… @FreeBeer_UK - Aug 11Look at a Guinness Draught, and you’ll see a world-renowned, best-selling beer with groundbreaking innovation right at its ruby-red heart. So if you're determined to convince yourself that Guinness is good for you you'll have a far more convincing case drinking 0.0.