Guiness

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Got most of the from www.Guinness.com The white one is only available one day a year.

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    105 Responses to Guiness

    1. mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm

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    2. Dude! The title! It’s in the picture!

      Stop posting what you’ve had too much of! *shakes fist* Mostly I’m sick, can’t have any, and jealous.

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    3. This stuff is the only thing on the economic scale next to cigarettes that consumers desire more of once the initial purchase has been made.

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    4. so very good, anyone heard that stat that the Irish consume 75% of all guiness produced? I swear I read it on a guiness advert in the pisstake when I was blind drunk.

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    5. The first image looked like a needle going into flesh, when I scrolled down.

      Gave me quite a fright.

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    6. how to pour the perfect pint…

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    7. @dhg4983: I’d say that’s about true. The pubs I go into, about 2 thirds of the people are drinking Guinness. And most of my friends, because it’s totally in fashion to be nationalist right now.

      Me, I drink McArdles.

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    8. I wonder how the white one is made.

      *Didn’t check site*

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    9. @LukeV1-5: I enjoy Murphy’s too. Never had McArdles. Never seen it here in the US.

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    10. @Malcrasternus: They said rather than roasting it’s done by freezing… it was actually a hoax announced available only on April 1st 2008.
      Sick cruel bastards, I almost had an aneurysm because I was due to miss out while in Iraq

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    11. Let me just state that I am saying that while Guinness is a fantastic drink, most people who drink it are only drinking it as an accessory.

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    12. tbh Guinness isnt that popular over here only the old folk drink stout, even then only a pint max then its onto the good stuff (larger) strangly Harp is the most popular over here and its made by Guinness, monopoly much.

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    13. @Wip8outUK: Guinness World Monopoly! MMMMMmmm tasty tasty monopoly.

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    14. @Wip8outUK: @Puulaahi: Aww sweet what a thought a Monopoly Guinness edition!!!

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    15. Beer is gross. My aunt let me sip on her beer when I was 14. It was so bad I never tried it again.

      I never understood beer drinkers. So you want something cold to drink, why not have a cup of orange juice since you’re not going to get drunk from the beer anyway. Or why not have some wine should you want to get drunk.

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    16. @dieAntagonista: I have always considered your comments full of wisdom and insight-fullness but now you have attacked something I love and your only experience with it was a sip of your aunts at the age of 14… you didn’t give it the proper chance. Was it a Guinness, why do you hate beer Dia WHYYYY!!!!

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    17. @dieAntagonista: I’ll have wine if ya try ma beer. You’d probably like Samuel Adams Beer. It’s sweet.

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    18. @Dublin0: Haha thanks, I guess.

      Well ok granted, it was alcohol free beer. I don’t know, people have been telling me that it’s an acquired taste. So I’m like, fuck you beer elitists.

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    19. @Puulaahi: O RLY

      Sweet beer. That sounds interesting. But yea, I have never seen anyone drink Guinness here, I don’t even know if they sell it here. I’ll give it a try. Maybe.

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    20. @dieAntagonista: Well sweet for a beer. Many beers are bitter, just depends on the type.

      Guinness is like a meal.

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    21. @dieAntagonista: Well chicks don’t have to like beer, you girls generally get whatever you want at the bar, but my god it’s delicious and the drinking games are phenomenal. Wine sex is better but beer sex is…
      Vodka is also amazing, I need a drink somebody get me out of this hole

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    22. I’ll drink it if I have to but Guinness drinking outside of the UK is pretentious. Same people who try to dress up to go to a bar and insist on calling it a pub *again outside of the UK.

      Beer is good. Stella or Rickards for me thanks.

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    23. @dieAntagonista: dieA has never had a good beer? and you’re surrounded by the beer elite countries. but i’d have Orange Juice over any liquor or beer. Orange juice is the best.

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    24. @Dublin0:

      Haha wait what. You drink based on how good the sex will be. What!

      All girls I know like beer actually. So yea I’m trying to be hip really hard, gimme a break.

      So yea that’s a deal. I give you the best Austria has to offer, red wine from Fiedlerhof Anno 1831 and you give me some of that Guinness stuff. It better be good.

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    25. @dieAntagonista:
      Eww, of COURSE alcohol-free beer is going to taste worse than a delicious dark brew of Guinness with a delightful foamy rich head… Mmmm… SO good.

      I think why most of my fellow women don’t like beer is because they tend to be turned off by drinking too much Natty Light in their friends’ basements at 2am, and then orally depositing it into the toilet hours later. Bad memories, and of course starting off with the cheapest of cheap beer isn’t likely to make you want to try MORE beer.

      That’s the first drink I ever got the day I became legal. A nice pint of Guinness!

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    26. @purple banana:

      Hahahaha that’s some funny shit. I see. Alright, I admit I have made a mistake now give me the chance to correct it.

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    27. I can’t remember the last time I was in a pub.

      I mean, I know it was on Friday night.

      I just can’t remember.

      I remember getting there, getting some beers.

      And then being kicked out at 3.

      Beer robbed me of several hours of my life, and I don’t even care.

      Because beers is awesome.

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    28. Also, DieA: No matter how much you may be tempted, never ever drink Millar, because it is not beer, it is sewer runoff.

      Some experimental HTML there.

      If it works, I will be a god.

      If not, a fool.

      Let us begin. Now, I press…

      Submit

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    29. Well, that was unexpected. I thought if it didn’t work, the tags would be left over, or something.

      Hm.

      Also, has anyone else ever though that “Submit Comment” sounded a little heavy, a little oppressive? You’re sending your comment to submit. It is going to bow down before Tiki’s infernal machine, and be made dance a merry foxtrot to the tune of subjugation.

      Tiki, I think you should change the “Submit Comment” button.

      In case anyone is wondering, I am on my fifth Rekorderlig. It is a cider, but it has in its favour a quality surpassing that of Bulmers, and it lacks that cloying sweetness of Kopparberg.

      Just so’s you know.

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    30. @LukeV1-5:

      Did you try to link anything? Dude, I already showed you how it’s done. Why won’t you listen to me.

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    31. @Dublin0: Stella Artois and Peroni are nice beers, have never tried Rickards.

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    32. @dieAntagonista: Nah, I was all up in there, tryin’a mess with the font.

      I failed, but in a surprising fashion.

      That means I can say it is for SCIENCE and get away scott free.

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    33. Guinness has less carbs than oranje juice and milk and has almost half the protein per serving as tuna fish.

      But it doesn’t get me drunk anymore.

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    34. so far leffe tripple is my beer, until served with better.

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    35. maybe its sacriligious to say this but most the time when I’m at the pub I dont really care about the taste, and i just prefer 1664, or carlsburg.

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    36. @dhg4983
      i guess that depends if you’re there to drink to get drunk or to enjoy what you drink.

      i do love guiness…

      @mAgnUS BUTTfoorson
      rickard’s white is ok, i prefer the red.

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    37. To dieA and all the others out there who have not tried beer.

      Here’s what acquired taste means: It really isn’t a conventional drink, and no one will blame you for getting turned off by it (traditionally it’s bitter). BUT… there are vast degrees of subtlety in its flavors to appreciate IF you actually take the dive. I used to think coffee was coffee. Now I know the difference between Columbian and Kona. Same goes with beer.

      Oh, and for those of you who wonder if you can get drunk off of beer… the answer is yes. Very yes.

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    38. Haven’t found rickard’s white down here, the red is pretty good….took some convincing to try it, as the last beer(?) i had tried from Canada was Hamms.
      @Dublin0: You get back stateside, if you ever in Albuquerque, i ‘ll stand you a pint a Guinness at Kelly’s or O’Niel’s.

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    39. A pint of Guiness was the first drink I ever had legally, I will never forget that cold delicious Guiness.

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    40. @mAgnUS BUTTfoorson: That looks to be a nice beer. I almost bought a 6pk of Blue Moon w/ orange citrus (or maybe it was Red Hook), but went w/ Magic Hat #9 Not Quite Pale Ale, which I enjoyed. I generally have to go to Maryland or Virginia since West Virginia won’t allow a beer that’s higher than 6.0.

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    41. Bought a can of this imported into my country.

      It tasted like gravel.
      Maybe the stuff that gets sold in Ireland is good, but the stuff that gets imported here tastes like raw gravel.

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    42. @Namelis1:
      What is the taste of gravel?

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    43. Man this beer. I can’t decide whether or not i like the taste, but the consitency…ugh, it’s like drinking play-doh

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    44. @thelotuseater725: The Guinness draught? You think so? I’ve always liked the consistency. Newcastle, on the other hand, I have to drink at a cool room temperature, refrigerated it’s nasty.

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    45. Guinness, Newcastle, Murphy’s, Steinlager, Primo, Tecate, Dos Equis, Carona, Sam Adams.

      Thats the list of beers I love to drink at the moment. Always up for trying new beers. I love dark ales the most. But some days are simply light beer days. Dieing to try more British, Canadian, German and Australian beers.

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    46. @SumoSnipe: Thanks man,
      @thelotuseater725: It’s not for everyone and the first time I had one I hated it, a few years later we were re-introduced and we are now bosom buddies.

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    47. 1759 socitey been a proud member for 15yrs now love it……………

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    48. @w0x: Ever got a little sand in your mouth after falling off a bike?

      Hm. A better example for you maybe would be: ever got some sand in your mouth while playing in the sandbox?

      That’s what Guinness tastes like.

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    49. @Namelis1: Forgive me oh great judge of beers. I haven’t ridden a bike or played in a sandbox recently, any pos adolescence examples??? What does light beer taste like in your opinion?

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    50. Who rides their bike through sand?

      Learn2bike

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    51. Three CEO’s were at a beer conference. The Miller CEO, the Bud CEO and the Guinness CEO. They all decide to hit the bar afterwards. The Miller CEO orders a Miller Lite, the Bud CEO orders a Budweiser, the Guinness CEO orders a Coke. They look at the Guiness CEO and say “Aren’t you going to order a Guinness”? He says “Nah, if you guys aren’t going to drink beer neither will I.”

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    52. @Dublin0: Not played in a sandbox recently? Er, looks kinda like you’ve been working in one…..

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    53. Oh, wow. It’s 8:30 in the morning. I’m at work. And I’m salivating over these pics. Finally, something I can say NOM NOM NOM to.

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    54. I drank a shit load of beer last night. Well ale to be more exact. They canceled the parade, which made me sad, so I turned to beer. I believe my quota for the night was 7 pints and I exceeded it by at least 3, considering the amount of free glasses I carried in with me. (they give away the pint glass after 8pm at this place) I don’t drink piss water (anything made by anhweisser-busch, miller, coors) unless I am desperate, or its free. I used to think beer was an aquired taste. Its not, it’s just that most Americans drink piss-water which fucking tastes like rotting nut-sack. I been drinking this rogue-deadguy, an ale from Oregon, and Chimay-cinq cents, an ale made by trappist monks in belgium, awesome beer.

      I think someone tried to talk to me last night on mcs chat, but I was pretty trashed, so whoever it was sorry about that.

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    55. @sickmindedone: Sweet joke
      @SumoSnipe: Ahhh so it would appear, I guess that makes me the leading expert on the way sandbox tastes… Guinness officially tastes nothing like the sandbox, sand is also much more filling

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    56. @Dublin0: Truer words have never been spoken.

      Beer should never be yellow.

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    57. @Drunkin: Most of our fellow American’s haven’t ventured outside of the comfort zone beyond walmarts middle selection. To each his own

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    58. @LukeV1-5: Agreed, an acceptable color for piss and dried wood glue not my beverage

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    59. Tastes like soil diluted in sewage water, I’ll stick to the hard liquer thanks!

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    60. @Halfmad: Ha. You pansies, and your “Vodka and Coke”.

      That’s not alcohol, that’s a soft drink.

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    61. @LukeV1-5: lol pansies, thanks for bringing up those great will ferrel times

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    62. @Dublin0: Exactly. You take a ridiculously tiny, ridiculously expensive, fashionable liquor, and you dilute it into maybe 300, 350 mls of fizzy drink.

      It doesn’t count.

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    63. @LukeV1-5: You can’t discount shots all together though, especially if there are large quantities of shots taken… my friends and I rip the nipple off and down it straight from the bottle at times (most pubs/bars frown upon it though.) I always have the shot at room temperature and it’s to weed out the weak guy in the group, that one who says nothing for 3 minutes before he has to “pee” instantly.

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    64. I could kill for a pint or two of this right now. The third pic is my new wallpaper at work.

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    65. The first one is my new wallpaper.

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    66. There are a few more greats at the sight, most are just nice pictures with a matching color scheme with the signature harp over the background though, I’m thrilled there are so many fellow fans.

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    67. @Dublin0: What is Walmarts middle section?

      @LukeV1-5: Who drinks vodka w/ a carbonated drink? I’m just not seeing it, though why I wouldn’t do that but have no prob w/ bourbon & coke, I don’t know.

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    68. Guinness is nice enough, I have it the odd time for a change of taste. Don’t ever order it outside of Ireland though, its just not the same stuff.

      I’m more of an Ale man myself, I love Smithwicks, though regularly have to drink Bass (its 1.09 euro a can and I’m a student)

      Meh, I’ll drink almost anything though. Hollandia, Galahad, Amsterdam, Dutch Gold, Bavaria, Bass, Grolsk, La Batts, all the other dirt cheap stuff. Most of them are shitty beers but are tolerable.

      The only beers I have ever drank that I would not touch again are Fosters, Harp and Warsteiner. All are pure dirt (though I hear that Harp is more of an acquired taste)

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    69. @Drunkin: Pah! It was me. I tried talking to you.

      I thought you didn’t like me anymore.

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    70. @Dublin0:

      I always have the shot at room temperature and it’s to weed out the weak guy in the group, that one who says nothing for 3 minutes before he has to “pee” instantly.

      I don’t get it.

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    71. @nyokki: A tradition my friends and I started a few years ago, order the worst whiskey, vodka, rum, or tequila shoot it no chaser. We only do it on special occasions. The scenario of one sitting there silent for 3 minutes is someone fighting back that over-salivating sensation, followed by a chant to the porcelain Gods. It’s childish, it’s immature, but there’s always someone willing to order the worst available. Who can say no to free drinks? Not I… how do you quote like that?

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    72. @Dublin0:
      It’s kind of like the tradition my friend and I have of drinking two shots each of Goldschläger as soon as we get to a bar. You keep it down, the night will be great. You puke instantly, go home right away cuz it’ll only get worse.

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    73. @Annarchy: That’s an incredibly rare rivaled only by the unexplainable desirable trait in women.
      With us it normally does get allot worse, the shots escalate in force to wild turkey 151 as retaliation from our fallen comrade… that’s when I get concerned I can survive that round what kind of Ace in the hole will be brought out next, a cement mixer, the 4 horseman, bar-mat juice my resilience is put to the test on those nights

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    74. @Dublin0:
      The four horsemen I have seen while puking my heart out in a bar bathroom, so I get where you’re coming from. And: bar-mat juice – LOL!

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    75. @Annarchy: it’s a special brew all it’s own, I’ve never seen anyone survive the matmix

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    76. Cement mixer. Oh yeah I got ambushed by that…..Gonna have to induct you to the Order of Fermented Druids.
      Drinking game I used to win at all the time: call the shot. Contestants name their drink of choice, then you have to drink the OTHER guys choice.I cheated. Sake vs JD, SoCo, Bacardi… they didn’t stand a chance till that one Marine who just posted from Okinawa….

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    77. @SumoSnipe: We don’t have a structure but yeah it turns into a game OF DEATH… the rebuttals always come back, the new and inventive ones are great what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and your arsenal grows if your sober enough to remember. You did in fact cheat those 4 don’t belong in the same room *ralf bleck wheeze breathe sigh salivate

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    78. @Dublin0: Ah, excellent game for drinkers. To quote you use html code w/ blockquote and /blockquote. Though your segue (or lack thereof) confused for a minute. 😉

      @Annarchy: Wow, I’ve been missing some epic games as a non-drinker (mostly). I wanna see a showdown between you and yours -v- Dublin and his.

      So if you guys could arrange that and record it…kthanxbai

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    79. 99! We’ve been making some epic threads lately.

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    80. I’ll ref. Come on. Hot O-sake would pummel those rednecks right under the table by 3rd shot. But that sarge, she lasted to the 7th, at which we both staggered off and crashed in separate (damn) couches

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