Mark from Jenkintown sent me another great picture of a layered beer he made. He said that he had never got Guinness Extra Stout to work on top of his B&T (I assume he means Bass Ale), but that it worked great with Lagunitas's Little Sumpin' Ale.
I've never tried layering Extra Stout before as the taste is too strong for me. However, now I'll have to give it a try.
Gary sent me this photo of a nice black and tan he made using the tool. Unfortunately he didn't tell me what the two beers were. Judging from the top layer foam, I would guess it is Guinness Draft on top.
Thanks for sending in the picture Gary!
I like experimenting with Black and Tans where the dark beer is on the bottom. The traditional black and tan, of course, has the dark Guinness on the top so finding a "non-traditional", good dark-on-bottom combination is rewarding. Here are some great examples I found over the past weeks.
Mark from Jenkintown, PA sent me a great picture of a layered beer he made.
I have never tried the Namaste before so I went to my local Total Wine & More store to get some. Unfortunately, they were sold out. Must be good stuff.
Thanks for sending in the picture Mark!
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