We’ll always love the classic Guinness Draught Stout, but between the St. James’ Gate Brewery in Dublin and the Open Gate Brewery in Maryland, there are some really exciting options from Guinness that you need to try.
Meet the new Guinness brews.
Meet the new Guinness brews!
Love classic Guinness Draught Stout? You need to try these too! https://bit.ly/2KgQ2JkPubliée par IrishCentral.com sur Vendredi 31 mai 2019
On tap at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House
In August 2018, Guinness opened their first brewery on US soil in 64 years at the Open Gate Brewery & Barrelhouse in Halethorpe, Maryland, just outside of Baltimore. They brewery team there is constantly experimenting to create new beers that build on the spirit of Guinness Draught and the Dublin brewery’s 260 year legacy. Their experimental tap list is constantly rotating with the season and as new brews and collaborations with other breweries are released. But they also have four core Baltimore brews on tap at all times, and these are well worth a trip there.
First released in 2013, Guinness Blonde became the Maryland brewery’s flagship beer when it opened, and the team there refined the recipe to make it even better. A crisp golden beer, Guinness Blonde has a hoppy aroma of citrus fruits with a malty cracker taste and a pleasingly bitter finish. It’s Irish American to the core - fermented with the same yeast as Guinness Draught Stout and hops from the Pacific Northwest.
Guinness Milk Stout
Brewed with unfermentable lactose, milk stouts are sweeter than other stouts and Guinness’ Milk Stout is no exception. The beautiful thing about this beer is that its sweetness isn’t cloying; it’s creamy. Here, a variety of specialty malts including caramel 120, chocolate, and Guinness Roasted Barley, team up to give this stout its lush mahogany color and notes of coffee and chocolate. It’s an unparalleled treat.
A hop lover’s dream, Guinness IPA is golden amber with notes of pine, citrus, papaya, and peach, and that signature IPA kick. The Open Gate Brewery’s brewmaster Peter Wiens and head brewer Hollie Stephenson built upon their years of experience brewing East Coast and West Coast IPAs to craft a beer with the best qualities of each - Guinness IPA is it.
Guinness White Ale
This is Guinness’ take on a white Belgian ale and it’s delicious. Using the same Guinness yeast that goes into classic Guinness Draught Stout, Guinness White Ale incorporates malted and unmalted wheat as well as orange and lemon peel. The product is a crisp (but not bitter) white ale with notes of pepper and citrus fruit, perfect for summer sipping.
From the Dublin brewery
These fine stouts from the Dublin brew team are inspired by Guinness’ rich history. Find them on tap at Guinness Open Gate in Maryland and in stores across the US.
Guinness Extra Stout
Inspired by a recipe plucked from the Guinness archives, Guinness Extra Stout is a nod to Arthur Guinness’ original 1821 brewing instructions for his Superior Porter. Crafted from the finest quality malt, hops, and Irish barley, Guinness Extra Stout is sharp and crisp to the taste, presenting the classic Guinness flavors in a whole new way.
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout
In 1801, Arthur Guinness created his West India Porter, a Guinness variation with a higher hop and alcohol content designed to help it withstand long sea voyages into tropical climates. Guinness Foreign Extra Stout is a more modern take on the recipe - fruitier and drier than its Guinness Stout siblings, with a slightly tingly mouthfeel thanks to the same features that made it suitable for export.
Guinness 200th Anniversary Export Stout
Guinness’ 200th Anniversary Export stout is a love letter to America in the form of beer, honoring the year that Guinness first began exporting to the US. Brewed with black patent malt, a variety that became available circa 1817, Guinness 200th Anniversary has notes of toffee, caramel, and milk chocolate, and is smooth and mellow with a dry finish.
Please enjoy responsibly.