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    Guinness

    Posted by Westmill Hatter on 9/4/2024, 22:30:08

    Which pub serves the best Guinness in Luton?

      Re: Guinness

      Posted by RGDave on 10/4/2024, 16:13:57, in reply to "Guinness"

      Painters
      OíSheaís
      Phoenix.

        Re: Guinness

        Posted by Guinness spotter on 10/4/2024, 14:54:14, in reply to "Guinness"


        Pasteurised shite , served in metal barrels with added nitrogen and co2 . Technically the same everywhere.
        They stopped live guinness in England in the 1950s and in Ireland in the 1970s.

          Re: Guinness

          Posted by Father Todd Uncious on 10/4/2024, 18:48:51, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

          Most of the Guinness market in the UK was for bottled beer.

          It continued to be 'live', as in bottle-conditioned into the 1980s.

          Re: Guinness

          Posted by Passenger on 10/4/2024, 10:55:14, in reply to "Guinness"

          Thatís like asking which pub sells the best Coca Cola. Itís all the same. It comes out of a big metal bottle!

            Re: Guinness

            Posted by Buzzard on 10/4/2024, 10:05:22, in reply to "Guinness"

            Bailie
            Painters
            Great Northern
            Globe - if you get the right bar lady
            Phoenix - could be better but it's OK

            re all worthy of a shout

              Re: Guinness

              Posted by Ummm on 10/4/2024, 9:14:02, in reply to "Guinness"

              You do know that all Guinness sold in the UK is brewed in Dublin and it's in sealed metal casks so it really doesn't matter where you drink it.

                Re: Guinness

                Posted by Haha on 10/4/2024, 9:17:27, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                Nothing to do with how it's stored, prepared and poured then? Tell that to Guiness!

                  Re: Guinness

                  Posted by markus sathanas on 10/4/2024, 9:26:52, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                  I think you're confusing a pasteurised and filtered dead beer with real ale

                    Re: Guinness

                    Posted by Tool watch on 10/4/2024, 11:25:30, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                    Why comment when you clearly haven't a scooby what you're talking about.

                      Re: Guinness

                      Posted by jimmyp on 10/4/2024, 12:53:11, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                      I'm not sure that's ever stopped many people on here, TBF.

                      Cheers, Jim

                      Re: Guinness

                      Posted by crumpsall on 10/4/2024, 11:02:13, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                      You obviously know fuck all about how Guinness is presented - no surprise there, par for the course for you.

                      Don't like the stuff myself, but a rellie was until a few years ago a master brewer for them - as was the brother of a sadly lost fellow poster. There are some amazing new ways to deliver the perfect pint of Guinness- from a can

                        Re: Guinness

                        Posted by jimmyp on 10/4/2024, 10:43:42, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                        I was told that it was more about the cleanliness of the pipework it's pumped through in the pub in question.

                        So, while all this Guinness tastes better in Dublin stuff should be fucking nonsense - or no more than an intangible, romantic, perception* - it's possible that there's a tiny amount of logic to it.

                        Cheers, Jim

                        *Like 'free beer tastes better'

                          Re: Guinness

                          Posted by The Questioner on 10/4/2024, 12:09:30, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                          Thatís exactly it , I have had some pretty average Guinness in Dublin ( mainly events tbf) but speaking to several pub owners when on the West coast recently they treat it like a fine wine.
                          The way the head overhangs the top of the glass with out running down the side defies logicÖ.its bloody lovely.

                    Re: Guinness

                    Posted by Batch996 on 9/4/2024, 23:49:20, in reply to "Guinness"

                    Black Swan

                      Re: Guinness

                      Posted by Selsey Hatter on 10/4/2024, 8:35:12, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                      I was born in Blackswan Lane. Best Guinness in Northampton for those there is the Swan & Helmet.

                        Re: Guinness

                        Posted by Buzzard on 10/4/2024, 10:07:48, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                        yup good pint in there

                      Re: Guinness

                      Posted by Kenny Lower now J Block on 9/4/2024, 22:55:07, in reply to "Guinness"

                      The Painters Arms

                        Re: Guinness

                        Posted by Big Tone on 9/4/2024, 22:33:57, in reply to "Guinness"

                        I love the stuff in George 2nd

                          Re: Guinness

                          Posted by Midfield maestro on 9/4/2024, 23:12:23, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                          Conway Arms

                            Re: Guinness

                            Posted by Just saying on 10/4/2024, 6:49:40, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                            Rangers club

                              Re: Guinness

                              Posted by Buzzard on 10/4/2024, 10:05:49, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                              Postals Club

                                Re: Guinness

                                Posted by Nearly a Genius on 10/4/2024, 14:46:18, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                                Not really relevant, but in the 50s my late father-in-law was given Guinness as part of his treatlent for TB in a London hospital

                                  Re: Guinness

                                  Posted by Passenger on 10/4/2024, 15:04:55, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

                                  In the 50@s it probably did him some good! It was proper beer then.

                                    Re: Guinness

                                    Posted by Nearly a Genius on 10/4/2024, 15:40:47, in reply to "Re: Guinness"

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