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Where can we get Guinness on tap in STL? Cheers, Dear.

What are the best places to get good food and a couple of pints of Guinness in St. Louis? [more inside]
posted by Kimothy on Jul 18, 2011 - 6 answers

We All Scream for Ice Beer Cream!

Help a dude with a Cuisinart ice cream maker come up with a recipe for Guiness-butterscotch ice cream. [more inside]
posted by Parasite Unseen on Nov 2, 2010 - 11 answers

Wow! An actor who DOESN'T want to drink!

How can I make fake bottles of (non-alcoholic -- or low-alcohol) Guinness? This is for a play. The audience will be very close to the stage. The beer will be poured from Guinness bottles to glasses. [more inside]
posted by grumblebee on Sep 10, 2010 - 50 answers

Stocking up on beer

I'm in Olympia, WA and looking to lay up a few (3 or 4) cases of Guinness Extra Stout for the winter. What's the least expensive way to do this? Are there beer emporiums around that offer close to wholesale prices? [more inside]
posted by otio on Oct 13, 2009 - 12 answers

How do I make a blackcurrant and Guinness?

How do I properly add blackcurrant to Guinness? [more inside]
posted by champthom on Jan 12, 2008 - 7 answers

Mmmmm.... Stew

Recipefilter: There are hundreds of recipes for Beef & Guinness Stew out there in web land, but I have particularly fond memories of the version served in the restaurant at the Guinness Brewery in Dublin. Can anyone help me find the "official" recipe? [more inside]
posted by JohnYaYa on Jun 19, 2007 - 3 answers

Is Guinness Airlifted in from Ireland (or the U.K.) to certain pubs?

Last night I got into a discussion with the proprietor of our local pub. For years I have heard from various sources that certain pubs in the united states get their Guinness airlifted in from Ireland (or the U.K.). Now I don't mean specially airlifted, simply that it comes in the cargo hold of an aer lingus flight or some such to maintain the ultimate freshness. One person who told me this is my wife's (born in Dublin) friend who worked for Guinness. Now the proprietor insists this is not true and told me if I can prove it I can drink free Guinness in his pub for the rest of my life. I can not find any evidence of this on the Internet, can anyone provide any evidence for this?
posted by JpMaxMan on Nov 19, 2006 - 34 answers

Guinness or Skimmed Milk - which is less fattening?

Does draught Guinness really have less calories than skimmed milk? Wikipedia seems to think so but is that right, and can you help me understand why? Thank you :)
posted by fingerbang on Oct 29, 2006 - 18 answers

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