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Ó Flannagáin 02-23-2007 05:01 PM

Guinness Foreign Extra and Kilkenny Irish Cream
Picked up a bottle of Guinness Foreign Extra and 4 tall boys of Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale (pictures below) while in Ireland this week. Waiting for them to chill a while and taste. Pretty excited, two Irish brews I've never tried before. Anyone had these?



olllllo 02-23-2007 05:04 PM

Did you have any of the Guinness Brewhouse series beers when you were in Ireland? Northstar, etc?

Ó Flannagáin 02-23-2007 05:13 PM

Yea, had some northstar... was quite popular in the pubs, it was great, but I love guinness any shape or form. I made sure to hit everything on tap at least once. Guinnes, Bulmers, Murphies, Harp Lager and Carlsburg Lager.... mmm, what a trip.

rod 02-23-2007 08:23 PM

i have had the kilkenny draught before(wipes drool off keyboard)

homebrewer_99 02-23-2007 08:51 PM

I had Kilkenny beer when I was in Kilkenny...that's also where my grandmother was born.:D

Orfy 02-23-2007 08:56 PM

Yes, and I don't like cream flow heads so I don't repeat.
I'll drink standard Guinness but I'm sceptical about the spin offs being marketing ploys and don't like it that much to make me try them.

Ó Flannagáin 02-24-2007 04:32 PM

Well, the foreign extra stout was great, fantastic as a matter of fact. Same goes for the kilkenny.. really enjoyed my drinking experience last night. I have to of the kilkenny's left for when my caramel cream ale is done so I can compare a professional cream with mine.

sause 02-25-2007 01:38 AM

The extra stout is one of my personal favs. But I like my stouts sweet as compared to dry. To bad it so dang difficult to brew a clone of this stuff since you have to sour some of it to get it right and I just don't like adding stuff to my brew that has the posiblity to kill the whole thing.

Dude 02-25-2007 01:45 AM

Okay...what is this northstar????

Ó Flannagáin 02-25-2007 09:23 AM


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