I'll take Murphy's over Guinness any day. Guinness has always been thin for a stout (imho), and has a metallic aftertaste whether I get it can, bottle, or draft.Ok I picked up both let’s compare....
Murphy’s: jet back with a creamy head, 4 pack pints $4.99. Scents of dark roasted malt, sweet chocolate, and cream. On the mouthful flavors of those dark roasted malts and dry bold chocolate dominate this heavy and thick mouthfeel.
Guinness: $14.99 for 8 pack pints, jet black creamy head. The nose detects sweetness with an ale like aroma, no chocolate or roasted flavors... is this really a stout? Mouthful is thin. Flavors of sweetness like an English pale ale, alcohol, and a slight hint of baking spices on then backend.
Verdict.... MURPHYS.... wtf has Guinness done with their beer??? Used to be much thicker and tasty.
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