I usually get a Black & Gold....it's Guinness and Harp.......on a side note, I always had to laugh at the name "Black & Tan".....I would think that to the Irish, ordering one of those would be llike ordering a "Gestapo" in a bar in Tel Aviv....bigmick said:The 'Black and Tan' I'm used to, was Guiness Stout(draft) and Bass Ale(draft) served at 62%. Any particular stout home brew and pale ale home brew suggestions would be appreciated
bigmick said:Thanks! I'll try it; I agree with the misnomenclature
I*'ve found an Irish stout and a pale ale recipes; I'll brew those two, and see if I can come up with a reasonable substitute for a 'B & T'.
Right on........Flogging Molly "What's Left of The Flag"...Oi! Hehehehe.....t1master said:don't mind me, i can sing you obscure irish rebel tunes all night...
t1master said:Come out ye Black & Tans!
Come out and fight me like a man.
Show your wife how you won medals
Down in Flanders.
Tell her how the IRA
Made you run like hell away
From the green and lovely lanes
don't mind me, i can sing you obscure irish rebel tunes all night...