Guinness Beer Glass 440Ml Capacity Full to Brim from Can Gift Boxed (1 Glass)
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Each pint takes so long to dispense on the micro draught system it will prove impossible to serve enough on a busy night. It cannot be served via keg and beer lines as it is alcohol free and I forsee landlords stopping selling it via micro draught due to the time taken to serve. I can see it sold only by widget cans soon enough. Lifted High Protein Lager from Lifted Brewing. Surprisingly clear considering the protein in it - 10g per can! Bready malts and stone fruits on the nose, and a malty taste which grows into a citrus bitterness. The body has more heft than your usual lager free-beer.co.uk/lifted-lager… @FreeBeer_UK - Jul 28
At 70 calories per 440ml can, you get less than half the calories drinking Guinness 0.0 than you do drinking a 440ml can of Guinness Draught (154 calories).Choose well, buy better and save money using our expert tips Get our Weekly Scoop newsletter - it's free Aroma- what did the drink smell like? What scents came through more than others? Did the aroma make you want to drink it?
Eazy Peazy from @amundsenbrewery . Aroma is full on tropical - juicy mango and pineapple, citrus orange, resinous pine. Tropical fruit sweetness when we taste, with more citrus coming through and bringing in the bitterness, along with some earthy notes free-beer.co.uk/amundsen-eaz… @FreeBeer_UK - Jul 20 Brewers have different methods for removing the alcohol from their beers, with varying effects on the flavour. Guinness says its 0.0 is brewed exactly the same way as usual, but with an extra stage of cold filtration that removes alcohol without stressing the liquid. Most governments around the world class drinks with 0.5% ABV or lower as ‘alcohol-free’, hence the use of the term.Our tasters thought Guinness has done an excellent job of replicating Guinness Draught with its Guinness 0.0, though on a blind tasting both tasters found that they slightly preferred the Guinness Draught.
For our blind tasting two testers, one a regular Guinness drinker and the other a Guinness novice, poured glasses of each drink for each other without revealing which was the Guinness 0.0 and which was the Guinness Draught. When I carefully pour a 440ml can into my original Guinness pint glass, well it comes up a bit short in appearance; my glass is left approximately only 2/3 full! Great product Guinness but come on, presentation is still crucial. Please give us a REAL PINT of Guinness ’00’ in cans , don’t give us half measures; I’ll gladly pay the extra!
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. Look at a Guinness Draught, and you’ll see a world-renowned, best-selling beer with groundbreaking innovation right at its ruby-red heart. 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.