We're excited that our product just launched on The Grommet. In case you haven't heard about The Grommet, it is an online marketplace where you can discover and buy new, inventive products, watch video reviews, and get to know the Makers of the actual product. Very personal!
You can check it out at https://www.thegrommet.com/the-perfect-black-and-tan.
Well, St Patrick's day celebrations are over. Hope everyone tried some green beer!
I'd been trying some various layered beer combos. Many of them didn't work out and mixed, but through perseverance and a bit of luck, I landed some good ones. See pics below.
I'm always on the lookout for different beer glasses to try black 'n tans with. A few weeks ago I found a goblet style glass on Amazon at a reasonable price. The tool didn't really fit the smaller opening and it actually sat on the diagonal part. It formed a good seal around the rim and when I first started pouring the Guinness it wouldn't drip down because no air could escape. Once I lift the tool slightly the Guinness started to flow and a decent layer was created. It didn't turn out as good as I had hoped so I'll be trying the glass again.
I received this great half and half layered beer picture last week from Granata S. in Canada. A "half and half" layered beer is Harp Lager under Guinness Draught.
She said that "It was her husbands best so far, using the perfect tool for Black and Tan. Every one who has received the tool from him has enjoyed better Black and Tan! Thanks!"
As you can see in the picture, there is great layer separation. The light color of the Harp also helps to make this a dramatic combination.
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