Pour a Guinness Like a Pro

perfect pourGuinness is always in demand during St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

But did you know pouring a glass is a skill?

The “perfect pour” should take 119.5 seconds.

The reason: Guinness is exclusively served on nitrogen. That means it is pressurized in the keg with a nitrogen/carbon dioxide mix. They aren’t strictly carbonated like most beers. These taps come out rich and velvety. So, they take a little longer to settle, hence the wait.

You might want to pair a pint of Guinness with a hearty bowl of Irish stew.

Try this>>

How to make a hearty pot of Irish Stew for St. Patrick’s Day

 

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perfect pourGuinness is always in demand during St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

But did you know pouring a glass is a skill?

The “perfect pour” should take 119.5 seconds.

The reason: Guinness is exclusively served on nitrogen. That means it is pressurized in the keg with a nitrogen/carbon dioxide mix. They aren’t strictly carbonated like most beers. These taps come out rich and velvety. So, they take a little longer to settle, hence the wait.

You might want to pair a pint of Guinness with a hearty bowl of Irish stew.

Try this>>

How to make a hearty pot of Irish Stew for St. Patrick’s Day

 

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