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Pouring a Black&tan

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by noway, Feb 9, 2004.


  1. noway

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    Okay the common debate of Black & tans has been asked again here on GT.

    What do you use in you're black&tan?

    I myself like 50/50 Guinness /Harp or something around 40/60. Some folks I know like Bass and few even Bud or some other common American Pilsner or Lager.
     
  2. jason10mm

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    Guiness and Bass is a "Black and Tan"
    " and Harp is a "Half and Half"
    " and Celis White is a "Cream of Wheat"
    " and Cider is a "Black Velvet"
    " and Pilsner is a "Black Czech"

    I like "Chocolate Truffles", Youngs Chocolate Stout and Framboise :)

    For a real sweet lady's drink, try Ace Pear and Framboise, sometimes called "Hummingbird Water".
     

  3. f1b32oPTic

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    pour 8oz. of bass then pour 8 oz. of guiness over the backside of a spoon to layer it perfectly in the pint glass
     
  4. JaviFL

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    For a black and tan? Murphy's or Guinness and Bass Ale.

    I have done this before with Murphy's Stout. Pretty good stuff!
     
  5. hispeedlodrag

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    F1 has it right. Mmmmm, me thirsty.
    ;V