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The stout Guinness Special Export Stout ($74.52) is brewed by Guinness native of Ireland made with cool fermenting and comes with an alcohol content of 8%. The Drinks&Co community values the Guinness Special Export Stout with 4 of 5 points.
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Intense, with body, half-blooded... Guinness Special Export Stout is an Irish black beer that is inspired on the Belgian tradition, it could not be any other way since it was created by the expat English adventurer in Belgium, John Martin. It was in the kingdom of beers where Martin got ideas to make a stroger, fiercer Guinness, with the result of a beer with light and creamy texture, that breaks with the most rooted tradition of Irish beer to give it a new dimension.

Technical sheet · Guinness Special Export Stout

Producer: Guinness
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 8%
Fermentation: Cool Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Stout
Country: Ireland

Description · Guinness

Guinness Special Export Stout


  • Appearance: dense, dark, with a frothy layer.
  • Aroma: roasted barley, caramel fudge, toffee, blackcurrant.
  • Body / Taste: roasted coffee, bitter chocolate, salted licorice, molasses, berries. creamy texture, light, soft, gentle effervescence, warm.

BREWERY: Guinness

COUNTRY: Ireland

FERMENTATION TYPE: Cool fermenting


ABV: 8%


The history of Guinness begins with one man, Arthur Guinness, but is not limited to a precise moment of "eureka". The history of Guinness is a story of inspiration, dedication, ingenuity and effort. More than 2 centuries of sublime art in the manufacture of beer, a remarkable knack for getting...

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Posted on at 17.04


Guinness Special Export Stout

Ireland St James's Gate Brewery Version stronger in alcohol than its big sister sp & eacute cially brass & eacute e for consumers in the Benelux.
Capacity: 33cl
Degree: 8 °
Origin: Ireland
 Guinness is a beer and an Irish pub. Guinness is a stout, dark beer wearing a white foam, world famous for...
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Posted on at 11.20

4 /5

- Appearance: Guinness 8 Special Export displays an opaque black with a big, frothy head of light brown color, which eventually collapses into a midsize head that lasts throughout...
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Posted on at 10.59

4 /5

- Appearance: Guinness 8 has a black colored
- Aroma: It is seen almost as an Irish Coffee, the smell of moss March compact and unctuous.
- Body / Flavor: flow flavors of coffee and...
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Posted on at 05.45

3.5 /5

Very very good

Posted on at 10.00

4 /5

Guinness 8 Special Export

Often copied, never equaled, the famous and distinctive flavor makes it the quintessential queen of stout beers. Irreplaceable for its admirers that define the irish coffee due to its colouration...
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Posted on at 04.55

4 /5

Guinness 8

Taste: Strong and bitter. Final touches to dry. Color: Dark Amber. Foam: From beige, rich, creamy and lasting color. Ideal temperature: 8-12 ° C
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Posted on at 16.02

4 /5

Guinness Special Export is a version of the famous Guinness brewed specially for consumers in the Benelux. Higher in alcohol than on its large, this version Export present in the glass a dress...
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Posted on at 05.06

4 /5

John Martin "special Export" Guinness

John Martin left his native England and settled in Belgium: "Only connoisseurs are able to enjoy my beer." He then imported the famous Irish Guinness and launched the slogan "Guinness is good for...
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Posted on at 10.35

4 /5

Guinness 8

Unmistakable tan with a dense foam and cloudy. Its aroma is refreshing and crisp with notes of roasted barley. It has a hop flavor with a slight natural, bitter and sweet taste.
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