I plan on making an irish stout in the next few weeks and I have been looking long and hard for anything I can do to help achieve the creamy mouthfeel one would get from drinking an irish stout on tap or with a widget. Obviously, nothing I do will be quite the same as a stout served with nitrogen, but is there anything I can do to make it look and taste more like it was? I looked online at a number of different articles and found some weird methods. One was inserting a electric toothbrush in the beer. I also read that before guinness was served with the widget a case actually came with some sort of needle that you would use to extract a few ounces of beer from your glass and squirt it back in to help mimick the feel of guinness on tap. Im not sure if that is true or not since the widget was used since long before my drinking days. In any case, Im looking to see if there is any method used by homebrewers (that do not have a kegging system) to help make a stout feel/taste more like a stout on tap.