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Guinness Black and Tan Spoon
Guinness Black and Tan Spoon

Guinness Black and Tan Spoon

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Guinness Black and Tan Spoon

This spoon is used for pour black and tans. It has the Guinness harp on the handle. Stainless steel and can be used to make all kinds of cool drinks by floating Guinness on lagers, ciders and more!

What is Guinness?

Guinness is the quintessential Irish stout and is made from: water, barley malt, hops, and brewers yeast. A proportion of the barley is flaked and roasted to give Guinness its dark color and characteristic taste. It is pasteurized and filtered. Despite its reputation as a "meal in a glass" or "liquid bread", Guinness only contains 198 calories per imperial pint, less than an equal-sized serving of skimmed milk or orange juice.

The water used comes from the Lady's Well in the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland.

Draught Guinness and its canned namesake contain nitrogen (N2) as well as carbon dioxide (CO2). Unlike carbon dioxide, nitrogen does not dissolve in water, which allows the beer to be put under high pressure without making it fizzy. The high pressure is required to force the draught beer through fine holes in a plate in the tap, which causes the characteristic "surge" (the widget in cans and bottles achieves the same effect). The perceived smoothness of draught Guinness is due to the low acidity and the creaminess of the head caused by the nitrogen. "Original Extra Stout" tastes quite different; it contains only CO2, making a more acidic taste.

Contemporary Guinness Draught and Extra Stout are weaker than they were in the 19th century, when they had an original gravity of over 1070. Foreign Extra Stout and Special Export Stout, with ABV over 7%, are perhaps closest to the original in character.

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Customer Reviews
Rating Great spoon!
 
Nice spoon! Very heavy and durable. Makes making a black and tan easy because you dont have to hold onto the spoon at all. The kink in the spoon sits on the lip of the glass and the chain thats attached to the spoon balances the spoon on the glass so u dont have to hold it. Also the spoon is on the proper angle so when u pour the Guinness on top of the spoon it doesnt mix up the two beers thereby keeping both beers separate.
  Reviewed by:   from Saginaw. on 12/20/2013
5/5
Rating Black and Tan
 
Helps with making my own black and tans at home. I love it!
  Reviewed by:   from New York. on 2/1/2012
5/5
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