Yes, yes, I am a 21-year-old future Herpetologist and Ornithologist who is in fact being this predictable for my first review ever of a Stout.
So, Guinness Draught from Dublin of 1759 AD. What did I like and dislike, and what’s my verdict?
- I think it could be a bit sweeter
- I do like how it has a coffee flavor
- The history of it tells me what 94% of my creativity probably comes from
- I love the pure black color that I love in any stout
- The foaming has a good pace to incentivize me to patiently wait for the pure black color to begin
- The color tells me “beer is metal [music], blacker than the blackest black, times infinity” like in the comedy band “Dethklok”
- It has an extremely light volume of alcohol compared to other stouts I have yet to review
The Final Verdict
I give Guinness a solid score of 86. Remember how my scale tells that 60 to 100 is good grades, and that 40 or lower is bad grades? Guess what, Guinness lands for me at an 86.
Thank you all for reading this, and sorry for taking this long to review another stuff,