Instead of going out for drinks after work every night, I buy two cans of ice-cold Guinness and stay home in front of the TV. Ohh, the wonderful golden color of the beer helps to ease the loneliness.
Every skilled bartender/barmaid in London serves a delicious beer by drawing a unique shape on the straw while filling the glass. The most desirable shape to make is a clover, but those who are unable to do so prefer the star for some reason. There are also those who attempt to make more modern art shapes, for which we cannot give them points.
I decided to combine the 50cl Guinness glass I had collected from the past with a 44cl box of Guinness from the market to have a good time. However, the cream does not stay at the top of the glass perfectly, making me very unhappy. To fix this, I will have to open two cans or pocket the half-pint glass. Damn my misfortune.
When the box is opened, the widget inside releases nitrogen which, when poured into a glass, helps to achieve the desired consistency and foam of a Guinness drink. The man attempted to bite me and then shouted something incomprehensible; I was unsure of how to respond.
The factory, located in Dublin, is quite large. Visitors are welcome to tour the facility and enjoy free beer at any of the three cafes inside. You're sure to be pleased.
I believe that Guinness Draught is the best beer. There are three main types, and it is my favorite. The taste and appearance of the beer after it is poured into a glass is superb. It is the best beer I have ever had, and it has a history of 240 years.